Falcons hire Dirk Koetter from Jaguars to head offense
ATLANTA -- Completing an unusual swap of offensive coordinators, the Falcons hired Dirk Koetter from Jacksonville to replace Mike Mularkey only four days after the Jaguars introduced Mularkey as their new coach.
The Falcons announced the hire on Sunday. ESPN first reported the move.
Mularkey, whose Falcons offense was shut out in a 24-2 playoff loss to the New York Giants last week, was introduced as Jacksonville's coach on Wednesday. He hired former Falcons quarterbacks coach Bob Bratkowski to be his offensive coordinator.
The Falcons hired Koetter despite the Jaguars ranking last in the... read more
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