6 Buffalo Bills players (and coaches) that will not be back in 2024

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There is still about half a season left for the Buffalo Bills but after the first half of the season, there is a group of players and coaches that appear very likely to not be returning for a number of reasons.

For some, it might be for under-performance to this point of the season. However, there is still time to finish the season strong and change that. For others, it could just be part of the business of the NFL and for salary cap reasons.

With that said, these are six players and coaches who's time with the Buffalo Bills may come to an end after this season.

Ken Dorsey

The only coach on this list that looks likely to be done after this season is offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. The Bills promoted Dorsey to offensive coordinator last season to replace Brian Daboll and over the first year and half the stats look pretty good as they finished second in yards per game last season and are currently fifth in yards per game this year.

However, that is due in large part to the talent they have and not necessarily the play-calling by Dorsey. It seems like the offense is constantly struggling to get yards and Josh Allen is making plays to save this group.

Considering that Sean McDermott is a defensive-minded coach, I expect the Buffalo Bills to look for a veteran play-caller who can take this offense to the next level.

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