The Cleveland Browns have hired former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey to be their new offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN.

Dorsey replaces Alex Van Pelt, who served as Cleveland’s offensive coordinator for the past four seasons. Head coach Kevin Stefanski, however, has called the offensive plays for the Browns since taking over in 2020.

The Browns and Van Pelt, who also was the quarterbacks coach, parted ways earlier this month, as the team sought a new voice to work with quarterback Deshaun Watson.

The Bills fired Dorsey on Nov. 14 after Buffalo’s offense struggled on the way to a 5-5 start. Buffalo rallied behind interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady to win the AFC East title. The Bills took the interim tag off Brady’s title Sunday.

But under Dorsey this season, Buffalo’s offense failed to score more than 25 points from Week 5 through to his firing after Week 10 as turnovers plagued Allen and the Bills.