Earlier reports suggesting that Keith Armstrong was likely to move to the New York Jets weren't good enough to be
an as accurate. While it was previously believed that Armstrong was in the last year of his contract, those beliefs are reportedly inaccurate.
Kimberly Martin of Newsday has the latest report on Armstrong, and it looks very unlikely that Armstrong goes anywhere.
Armstrong, a Trenton native, is one of the most respected and well-paid special teams coordinators after 22 years in the NFL. He also has two years left on his contract, according to one source.
As mentioned earlier today, Armstrong is one of the longest-tenured coaches on the staff. The report states that it would be "highly unlikely" that the Falcons release Armstrong from his deal, and that Bowles has shifted his attention to other coaches to fill the open position.
What are the odds Armstrong leaves?
[A]ccording to sources, the Falcons special teams coordinator, and longtime friend of the Jets head coach, isn’t leaving Atlanta for New Jersey.
Clear enough. While Atlanta's secondary coach is interviewing for other positions, it sounds as if the special teams coaching should remain with the Falcons.