David Culley leaving for Ravens coaching staff

January 29, 2019

The Buffalo Bills are now searching for a new quarterbacks coach after the Baltimore Ravens announced they have hired David Culley away to be their new assistant head coach, as well as wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator. 

We have added David Culley to the coaching staff as Assistant Head Coach/Receivers/Passing Coordinator.

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— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 29, 2019

The 63-year-old Culley joined the Bills in 2017 as part of head coach Sean McDermott’s initial staff, coming from Kansas City where he was the Chiefs' assistant head coach and wide receivers coach. 

The departure of Culley now leaves McDermott with two position coach vacancies on offense. Terry Robiskie was let go as wide receivers coach and no replacement has been named yet.

Offensive line coach Juan Castillo and special teams coordinator Danny Crossman were both also let go, but have already been replaced by Bobby Johnson and Heath Farwell, respectively.

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