First, he already got a six-year, $258 million contract extension last offseason, making him one of the highest-paid players in the league.
Third, a new Bills home stadium is in the works and he will still be with the squad by that time.
Those reasons might have put him in the mood to roast his coach, Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.
Exactly what a psychopath would say 🤔 https://t.co/TgiV4idLrm
— Josh Allen (@JoshAllenQB) August 23, 2022
Dorsey provided a great soundbite when he said, “Yeah, well, I’m not, I’d like to think I’m not too much of a psychopath.”
Allen replied, “Exactly what a psychopath would say.”
Of course, this exchange was done in light nature as they both build on their relationship.
Dorsey took over the role when former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll was hired to be the New York Giants head coach.
He joined the Bills in 2019 as their quarterbacks coach and held onto that role until last season.
Dorsey also became the team’s passing game coordinator last year.
He had his coaching break in 2013 as quarterbacks coach of the Carolina Panthers and stayed on that job until 2017.
He also played six NFL seasons which were split evenly between the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns.
Buffalo’s Offense Looks Solid
Once again, Allen will be the captain of the ship and they hope to go past the AFC Championship Game this time.