JAN 28 BILLS EX. Browns hired Ken Dorsey. Ken Dorsey, the former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator, has found a new home in the NFL after being fired following a Week 10 loss to the Denver Broncos.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns are hiring Dorsey to be the next offensive coordinator under head coach Kevin Stefanski.

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“Cleveland has a new coordinator: Browns are hiring former Bills’ offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey as their offensive coordinator, per sources.” Schefter tweeted.

JAN 6: MITCH MORSE OFF INJURY REPORT After being labelled as questionable when the Buffalo Bills released their game statuses on Friday, the team stated that Mitch Morse is no longer on the injury report and will be available to play on Sunday.

Morse was on the injured report because of a sickness that caused him to skip practice on Friday. With Morse’s injury designation removed, no Bills (10-6) player enters the must-win game against the Miami Dolphins with a listed injury.

Miami (11-5) has lost cornerback Xavien Howard (foot), while linebacker Jerome Baker (knee), receiver Jaylen Waddle (ankle), and running back Raheem Mostert (knee and ankle) are questionable.

The Bills and Dolphins will compete for the AFC East title on Sunday Night Football at 8:20 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium.

JAN 5: JOSH ALLEN WILL PLAY VS. DOLPHINS Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott put any questions regarding Josh Allen’s status for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins to rest.

McDermott told WGR550 on Friday that Allen would be “ready to go on Sunday night.” Allen has been dealing with a neck and right finger issue that has kept him on the injury list all week, despite being a full participant. In Week 4, the Bills (10-6) quarterback completed 21 of 25 passes for 320 yards and four touchdowns, defeating the Dolphins (11-5) 48-20.

McDermott also said that Buffalo centre Mitch Morse will miss practice on Friday due to sickness. Morse is officially classified as dubious.

The Bills and Dolphins will face off for the AFC East title on Sunday Night Football at 8:20 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium.

JAN 1: DOLPHINS’ BRADLEY CHUBB OUT VS. BILLS The Miami Dolphins will be without one of their finest defensive players in the season’s biggest game.

Bradley Chubb, an outside linebacker for the Dolphins (11-5), tore his ACL in Sunday’s 56-19 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter, when the game was already firmly decided.

Chubb now leads the Dolphins with 11 sacks and 22 tackles for loss. Miami had already lost fellow outside linebacker Jaelan Phillips for the season when he ruptured his Achilles on November 24. Phillips has 6.5 sacks before his injury.

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