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Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has become a popular candidate for three head coaching vacancies.
A source told FOXSports.com that Koetter is set to interview this week with Kansas City, Philadelphia and Cleveland. All three squads made head coaching changes Monday with the respective firings of Romeo Crennel, Andy Reid and Pat Shurmur.
Koetter, 53, interviewed with Denver last January before the Broncos hired John Fox. Koetter previously served as a college head coach at Boise State (1998 to 2000) and Arizona State (2001 to 2006).
Hired by Atlanta in the 2012 offseason following five years as Jacksonville's offensive coordinator, Koetter helped the Falcons field the most prolific passing offense in franchise history with a 281.8-yard average. Matt Ryan posted career-highs in yardage (4,719), touchdowns (32) and completion percentage (68.6) under Koetter's tutelage.
Koetter is set to interview while helping the Falcons prepare for a January 13 second-round playoff game against an opponent that will be determined by the results of this weekend's opening-round contests.
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Dirk Koetter has decided to remain with the Atlanta Falcons as their offensive coordinator. The Falcons on Wednesday confirmed news media reports that Koetter would stay. Multiple outlets indicated that Koetter has signed a contract extension through next season. The news comes one day after Koetter met with the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday about their head-coaching job, which...
NewsThere’s no use in the Eagles going to Atlanta to interview any of their coordinators because Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has decided to take himself out of the prospective head coaching hunt. He’s going to stay put with the Falcons. Koetter signed a contract extension with the Falcons this morning.
NewsI learned on Monday prior to the Jeffrey Lurie news conference that the Eagles have their eyes on Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koettter. They’re going to interview Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, but those are just courtesy interviews. There’s no way they...
One of the NFL's hottest head coaching candidates has decided to stay put.
A source told FOXSports.com the Atlanta Falcons have signed offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter to a contract extension that will keep him off the market until the 2014 offseason.
Atlanta's offensive talent provided impetus for Koetter to stick with the Falcons. The chance to continue working with...
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has been mentioned as a possible head coaching candidate, but now it looks like he won’t be going anywhere.According to Alex Marvez FOXSports.com, the Falcons have signed Koetter to a two-year extension that will keep him in Atlanta until 2014.Falcons’ fans can now relax that Koetter is sticking around for a little longer. Need...
According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter will be interviewed by four teams as a potential head coaching candidate.@foxsports.com has learned #Falcons OC Dirk Koetter set to interview this week 4 HC jobs with #Eagles, #Chiefs & #Browns. Story coming ASAP— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) December 31, 2012Koetter is in his first...
Alex Marvez Fox Sports reports that Falcons OC Dirk Koetter will interview with the Chiefs, Browns and Eagles regarding their head coach vacancies at some point this week.
It’s not surprising that NFL teams have interest in Koetter, but it is pretty amazing that he already has three interviews lined up and these jobs just became available a few hours ago.
The Falcons offense...
Seven NFL teams fired their head coach on what is known as Black Monday. Several names have emerged as candidates to fill the coaching vacancies, but one of the hottest names rumored to be in line for a coaching position needs to be taken off the market, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter. Koetter was visited by members of the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday and was...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Quarterback Matt Ryan will avoid the fate of having three offensive coordinators in three seasons, as Dirk Koetter signed a contract extension to remain with the Falcons, according to a report by FOXSports.coms Alex Marvez.
Koetter reportedly interviewed on Tuesday for the vacant Kansas City Chiefs head coaching job and was scheduled to interview for open jobs...
Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports that the Atlanta Falcons have re-signed OC Dirk Koetter to a two-year contract extension.
Koetter had already drawn interest from a number of NFL team’s in search of a new head coach. The Chiefs reportedly brought him in for an interview on Tuesday and the Browns and Eagles also showed interest in him.
Koetter is in a great situation as far...
Dirk Koetter has decided to stay with the Atlanta Falcons, at least through next season.
The OC was on many lists for head coaching interviews, including the Browns reportedly. From Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez-
“Atlanta finished the season with a franchise-record average of 281.8 passing yards a game as the Falcons went 13-3 to secure the NFC’s No. 1 playoff seed. Koetter made...
That’s what Joe Banner called the Cleveland Browns head coaching position, and that noise you hear is just Wahoo’s ghost laughing and firing up the soul grinder again.
Anyway, Ray Horton, Chip Kelly, Dirk Koetter, Bill O’Brien, Greg Roman and Mel Tucker all seem like fine candidates to us, assuming we’re operating under the constraints of a leadership team in Jimmy Haslam...
It’s hard to believe that it was only Sunday that the 2012 regular season ended for the Philadelphia Eagles. Since then, Andy Reid has been ousted as head coach, Jeffrey Lurie has spoken and out put his full confidence behind GM Howie Roseman and the search for a new head coach has begun.
The Birds will interview three Atlanta Falcons coaches: offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter...