Bills QB Josh Allen wants OC, HC back in 2024

Business is about to get more expensive for the Buffalo Bills.A salary cap crunch created by the ballooning cap hit of quarterback Josh Allen is among chief concerns entering the offseason. Allen and the Bills lost in the divisional playoff round for the third consecutive season and bowed out without reaching the Super Bowl for the fifth straight year.”Still doesn’t feel real that we’re not practicing today,” Allen said Monday when asked how he’ll spend his offseason.The Kansas City Chiefs eliminated the Bills from the playoffs in a 27-24 dogfight in Buffalo on Sunday.Allen finished a two-game postseason run this month with four touchdown passes and three TD runs. A potential game-tying field goal by Tyler Bass sailed wide right, but Allen said Monday the collective missed opportunities in all phases add up to his team heading home while Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs get ready for another AFC title game.”I believe in what we have going on here and the people in charge,” Allen said, adding he fully embraces bringing back offensive coordinator Joe Brady. “All signs are pointing up with this team.”Allen said he’s witnessed growth from head coach Sean McDermott and wants to continue playing for him.