The Atlanta Falcons Offered Titans An opportunity for attack coordinator Arthur Smith to become the next coach of the team, According to ESPN’s Diana Rossini. Smith has spent the past 10 seasons in Tennessee working his way from offensive and defensive quality control coach to his current position.
A North Carolina native is the son of FedEx founder Frederick W. Smith. Teams looking for a CEO-type leader had found a natural fit in the Titans’ stage caller. He will likely move to Atlanta to work for Home Depot founder Arthur Plank.
The Tennessee season ended on the Super Wild Card Tour against the Ravens, so Smith was free to explore other opportunities.
Atlanta made the decision to transfer from coach Dan Quinn in October after the team’s first 0-5 game since 1997. Raheem Morris accepted the interim role and led the team to a 4–12 finish. They are also in the middle of the general manager’s search.
The NFL saw a slew of moves this week with the name Planes Tagged 49ers Defense Coordinator Robert Saleh To be their next coach and Jaguar Rented Urban Mayer To be their next coach. the Eagles, ChargersAnd the Texas The lions still have major training sites vacant.
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