It took a while, but the Buffalo Bills have finally named their new offensive coordinator and it sounds like it was worth the wait.  The Bills late Thursday afternoon announced that they've come to terms with Rick Dennison to become the team's offensive coordinator. 

Dennison comes to Buffalo after spending the past two seasons as the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator. He's been coaching in the NFL for 22 years with the Denver Broncos, Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens.  During that time he has appeared in and won three Super Bowls, the first two, Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII with the Broncos as their special teams coach and his most recent coming last season during his second stint with the Broncos as the team's offensive coordinator.

Dennison also had a nine year playing career as a linebacker with the Broncos.  During his playing days with the Broncos the team appeared in three Super Bowls (XXI, XXII and XXIV).

If the Bills are intent on changing the culture at One Bills Drive there's not a better way to do it than to bring in players and coaches who have a history of playing in and winning championships.


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