Falcons fire general manager and head coach
The Atlanta Falcons have terminated lead trainer Dan Quinn and senior supervisor Thomas Dimitroff, following a deplorable 0-5 beginning to the season.
The group's 23-16 misfortune to the Carolina Panthers, Sunday, was evidently the final loss.
Proprietor Arthur Blank says CEO Rich McKay will fill in to deal with the group's groups' everyday activities as the two men start the quest for another lead trainer. A lead trainer will be declared on Monday.
"Decisions like these are very difficult, but the previous two seasons and start to this one have been especially hard for me because of the deep love, admiration and respect I and my family have for Dan, Thomas and their families," For many years, they have represented me, our team, organization, and Atlanta with class, commitment, and all the passion you would want in the leaders of the team. But as everyone knows, this is a results business and I owe it to our fans to put the best product we can on the field. We have poured every resource possible into winning and will continue to do so, but the results of late do not meet our standard or what I've promised our fans. Therefore, we will install new coaching and personnel leadership of the Atlanta Falcons at the appropriate time."Our finish in 2019 earned an opportunity to show that momentum could be continued and built upon, but that has clearly not happened,""And overall, the last 3-plus seasons have fallen short of my commitment to Atlanta and to our fans everywhere. I want them all to know that my commitment to winning has not wavered and I will continue to provide every resource possible to that end." Blank stated.
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