Former Atlanta Falcons Coach issued a parting letter to the City of Atlanta today.
“To the city of Atlanta,How fortunate am I that I close this chapter the very same way I opened it – with gratitude. Being the Head Coach of your Atlanta Falcons has been the privilege of a lifetime. I can’t express my appreciation enough to Arthur Blank for the opportunity to represent this organization for the past six seasons. It truly has been my family. My wife Stacey and I will forever be grateful for every single person in this organization who made our lives better and fuller. I will miss so many things, but none more than the men in the locker room. From pro bowlers to practice squad players, it was an honor to fight shoulder-to-shoulder with you and be a part of your lives on and off the field. Finally, to the people of Atlanta and Falcons fans everywhere. I can’t thank you enough for making this Jersey boy feel right at home. I know there are great things ahead for this team and I’ll continue to root like hell for them, and for you. I hope I represented your team with the grace and character you deserve. In Brotherhood,
A letter from Dan Quinn to the city of Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/2QSoHtbDxI
— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) October 14, 2020
After the Falcons loss to the Carolina Panthers 23-16 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday the team announced that Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff, had been relieved of their duties.
Earlier this week it was announced that Ben Kotwica had also been relieved of his duties as special teams coordinator, and Jeff Ulbrich had been named defensive coordinator, Bernie Parmalee special teams coordinator, Will Harriger running backs coach and Raheem Morris was named as interim head coach.