ORCHARD PARK, NY- The Bills have hired Brian Daboll as their new offensive coordinator.

Daboll is fresh off of winning a National Championship with Alabama where he was also the offensive coordinator.

Daboll has plenty of NFL experience. He's worked with the Chiefs, Dolphins, Browns and Patriots. He spent 11 seasons with the Patriots and was part of all five of the Patriots Super Bowl winning seasons.

Bills' Coach Sean McDermott said, "We are excited to hire Brian as our Offensive Coordinator and welcome him back to Western New York. I know how much this area means to him. He is a good coach and a good teacher and has been a part of winning programs in the NFL and in college."

This will be Daboll's fourth time as an offensive coordinator in the NFL. He's done it with Kansas City, Cleveland and Miami.

The 42-year-old is a Western New York native who attended St. Francis High school and the University of Rochester.

He replaces Rick Dennison who was fired Friday.

To read more about Daboll's career, check out the Democrat and Chronicle's story on him here.