Koetter, who has been the team's offensive coordinator for the last two seasons, has now been connected to multiple college and pro head coaching gigs over that span. He's a well-regarded offensive mind around the NFL despite this year's middling results—he can't turn an offensive line into a powerhouse by himself, the jerk—and this probably isn't the last time he'll get an interview. Koetter was considered a long shot for the Browns gig, considering he entered the picture late and the Browns just got done hiring an offensively-minded coach and firing him a year later.
This means the Falcons' coaching staff is pretty much set for 2014, barring any assistants being added to the staff. Here's a breakdown of the staff as currently constructed, per the Official Site:
||Special Teams Coordinator|
||Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers Coach|
||Running Backs Coach|
||Defensive Backs Coach|
||Offensive Line Coach|
||Defensive Line Coach|
|Chris Scelfo||Tight Ends Coach|
||Assistant Special Teams|
Thoughts on Koetter remaining in Atlanta?