In this Aug. 2 file photo, Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Richard Smith signals to his players during an NFL football practice in Flowery Branch. After squandering a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl, the Falcons are shaking up their defensive staff. The team said Wednesday that head coach Dan Quinn has dismissed coordinator Richard Smith and defensive line coach Bryan Cox, although there's a chance Smith could stay with the Falcons in an advisory role.
In this Aug. 2 file photo, Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Richard Smith signals to his players during an NFL football practice in Flowery Branch. After squandering a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl, the Falcons are shaking up their defensive staff. The team said Wednesday that head coach Dan Quinn has dismissed coordinator Richard Smith and defensive line coach Bryan Cox, although there's a chance Smith could stay with the Falcons in an advisory role. John Bazemore AP
In this Aug. 2 file photo, Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Richard Smith signals to his players during an NFL football practice in Flowery Branch. After squandering a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl, the Falcons are shaking up their defensive staff. The team said Wednesday that head coach Dan Quinn has dismissed coordinator Richard Smith and defensive line coach Bryan Cox, although there's a chance Smith could stay with the Falcons in an advisory role. John Bazemore AP

The Falcons crashed and burned in the Super Bowl. Here comes the fallout.

February 08, 2017 1:56 PM

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