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 with Philadelphia and Cleveland but has chosen to remain in Atlanta to work with Ryan and wide receivers Julio Jones, a first-time Pro-Bowler this season, and Roddy White, a four-time Pro-Bowler. During their bye week, the Falcons are not making their coordinators available to the media.
Defensive coordinator Mike Nolan also is reportedly set to interview with Philadelphia on Friday and special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong has interviews lined up with the Eagles and Chicago Bears.
Koetter is in his first season in Atlanta, replacing Mike Mularkey who left to become Jacksonvilles head coach. Mularke...