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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills on Friday fired offensive coordinator Rick Dennison, the team announced.
The Bills finished 29th in average yards per game (302.6) and were tied for 24th in offensive points scored (17.6) this season. Buffalo finished with a 9-7 record and lost 10-3 in an AFC wild-card game to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“We’re not satisfied with the whole offense, and it wasn’t just about [quarterback] Tyrod [Taylor],” general manager Brandon Beane said Tuesday. “There’s a lot of hands in the cookie jar, so to speak, and [coach] Sean [McDermott] and I, we’re going to talk about everything, and we know we have to get better on offense, on defense, on special teams. We are far from a finished product.”

Second-half scoring was a particular issue for the Bills’ offense. Buffalo averaged 5.6 second-half points per game after Week 10, including the playoff loss. The Bills’ four offensive touchdowns in the second half over that period were tied for second fewest in the NFL.

Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Rick Dennison speaks to head coach Sean McDermott during training camp.

Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Rick Dennison speaks to head coach Sean McDermott during training camp.

Dennison joined the Bills last January after McDermott replaced Rex Ryan as coach. Dennison previously had two stints as the Denver Broncos’ offensive coordinator (2006-08 and 2015-16) and Houston Texans’ offensive coordinator (2010-13), working primarily under Gary Kubiak.
The Bills’ change at offensive coordinator will likely coincide with a change at quarterback this offseason. Taylor, in his third season as Buffalo’s starting quarterback, finished 14th in Total QBR (53.0) this season, 16th in passer rating (89.2), 15th in completion percentage (62.6), 23rd in yards per pass attempt (6.66) and 25th in passing touchdowns (14). Taylor’s Total QBR, passer rating, yards per attempt and passing touchdowns all declined in each of his three seasons since joining the Bills in 2015.

Buffalo has the No. 21 and No. 22 picks in April’s draft, as well as its original second-round pick and the Los Angeles Rams’ second-round selection.

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TEMPE, Ariz. — David Johnson’s return from a fractured wrist won’t begin in earnest until mid-November.

The Arizona Cardinals running back told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on the “Know Them From Adam” podcast that he still has to wear his cast for “a couple more weeks” before he can start rehabilitating.

When asked when he thinks a return is possible, Johnson said, “I really don’t know.” Johnson did say the Cardinals’ record won’t impact his timeline.

“Health is totally separate,” Johnson said. “I’m really just trying to get back on the field as quick as possible. Record doesn’t mean anything.”
Johnson suffered the injury in the season opener against the Detroit Lions. His doctor told him a wrist injury is “tricky” to recover from because of the number of small bones and ligaments around the wrist.

David Johnson hasn't played since he was injured in Week 1 against the Lions.

David Johnson hasn’t played since he was injured in Week 1 against the Lions.

Once the cast is removed, Johnson will have to work on getting rid of the soreness and stiffness in his wrist, a process that will determine when he can return. Johnson just recently began working out; doctors previously advised him against it because sweat could’ve gotten into his stitches and caused an infection.

On Tuesday, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was asked whether he anticipates both Johnson and fellow injured running back T.J. Logan returning this season.

“Right now, I doubt it,” Arians said.

The Cardinals (3-4) will be in the midst of Week 11 in two weeks, when Johnson might be able to shed his cast, leaving seven regular-season games to play.

“We’ll see from there how stiff the wrist is and see how long it’ll take for me to go through rehab,” Johnson said.

Johnson gained 1,239 rushing yards and 879 receiving yards last season, and he scored 20 touchdowns. Adrian Peterson, acquired from the New Orleans Saints in an Oct. 10 trade, is now the Cardinals’ starting running back and has rushed for 155 yards in two games.

Arizona had a bye last week and is preparing to visit the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.