Tee Martin is drawing interest from the Buffalo Bills for their open offensive coordinator position, as the former Tennessee quarterback would be in line for a promotion from his position as the Baltimore Ravens wide receivers coach.

Jamison Hensley of ESPN reported the news that the Bills requested permission to interview.

Buffalo is replacing Brian Daboll, a former Alabama offensive coordinator, who was hired as the New York Giants’ head coach Friday.

Martin, 43, joined John Harbaugh’s staff last year, his first NFL position. He previously served as the wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator at Tennessee. Martin has experience as a play-caller, having served as Southern California’s offensive coordinator from December 2015 to December 2018.

Over his career as a college coach, Martin helped develop NFL standouts JuJu Smith-Schuster, Nelson Agholor, Robert Woods and Randall Cobb. Last season, Marquise “Hollywood” Brown became the first Ravens wide receiver to finish with 1,000 yards in a season since Mike Wallace in 2016, the Baltimore Sun reported.

Martin is most remembered on Rocky Top as a two-year starter for the Vols from 1998 to 1999. He set an NCAA record with 23 consecutive completions against South Carolina during the national championship season in 1998, according to his Tennessee bio.

He led the Vols to a 9-3 mark in 1999 and a second consecutive appearance in the Fiesta Bowl. Martin grabbed All-SEC honors in 1999 before being selected by the Steelers in the fifth round of the 2000 NFL Draft.