Bob Sutton landed a work with the Atlanta Falcons.
The workforce declared Monday that they employed the former Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator as a senior assistant.
With mentor Dan Quinn getting on the defensive engage in-contacting obligations in 2019, the Falcons are bringing in Sutton to give Atlanta one more professional eye. The workforce observed that Sutton is anticipated to assist with in-recreation strategy, clock management, time-out use and replay assessment.
“Contacting the protection, spending the excess time to get that ideal, and building confident our style and id arrive throughout in the ideal way are exciting troubles,” Quinn mentioned in a assertion, by way of the team’s formal site. “Including a person with Bob’s understanding and experience to help with clock and recreation-management procedures will assist us be the finest model of the Falcons that we can be in 2019.”
Sutton’s employ continues an offseason craze in Atlanta of adding professional coaches to the workers. The Falcons beforehand introduced in ex-head coaches Dirk Koetter and Mike Mularkey previously this calendar year.