Bills’ Chad Hall to interview for Ravens’ offensive coordinator job

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Buffalo Bills wide receivers coach Chad Hall is getting a look from at least one other team in the NFL.

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Baltimore Ravens will interview Hall for their vacant offensive coordinator position.

Former Bills OC, Greg Roman, previously held the post in Baltimore. He stepped down on Jan. 19, according to Ravens Wire.

Hall began his coaching career with the Bills in 2017 as an offensive assistant. In 2019, he was promoted to wide receivers coach.

Hall replaced head coach Sean McDermott’s first receiver coach, Terry Robiskie.

Hall spent five seasons in the NFL as an undrafted rookie out of Air Force with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs from 2010-2014. He also spent time in training camp with the San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars.

While with the Eagles, Hall crossed paths with McDermott.

Throughout his tenure as Buffalo’s receivers coach, players have continually praised Hall. Stefon Diggs has previously been amongst those to do so.

“He does an extremely great job and I never want to lose him,” Diggs said via video conference. “I don’t know what I would do if I didn’t have my ol’ Chad with me.”

Hall joins offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as members of Buffalo’s staff that have been connected to other jobs around the NFL this offseason.

Bills Wire will continue to bring updates relating to any interviews members of the team’s front office have throughout the spring.


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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire