Ronald Curry

The career of Ronald Curry has been one of constant change. Now he’s settling in with the Buffalo Bills

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It has been a long journey for new Buffalo Bills quarterback coach Ronald Curry.

It’s a journey which saw him go from a star college quarterback to journeyman wide receiver to quarterbacks coach.

Curry was the quarterback for the North Carolina Tar Heels from 1998 to 2001. 

He set many records and led the Tar Heels to bowl victories in 1998 and 2001 before being drafted in 2002 in the seventh round by the Oakland Raiders. 

He was converted to wide receiver and spent the next 7 seasons in Oakland. 

He caught over 175 passes and scored 13 touchdowns.  He recorded his first 100-yard receiving game with 110 yards on six catches in a 2004 game in Week 11 at Denver. He won the Levitra NFL Play of the Week for his leaping, twisting, one-handed grab in the back of the end zone at Denver in a snowstorm.

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Curry bounced around a few practice squads in 2009 before retiring.  He has worked as an offensive coach since 2014 with the San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints. 

In Buffalo, Curry will reunite with Joe Brady — the Bills’ offensive coordinator who served as an offensive assistant for the Saints two seasons from 2017 and 2018, years that Curry held the same title.

Curry had received a few offensive coordinator interviews and is believed by many in the league