Falcons Introduce Coaching Staff

The Atlanta Falcons introduced their recently installed coordinators to the press today.

First up was special teams coordinator Marquice Williams, who remains with the Falcons from last season as other staff members now working with him set up camp at Flowery Branch.

He told the press he was happy to work with new coach Raheem Morris.

“This organization means the world to him,” said Williams. “You can see how much it means [to him.] He cares for everybody in this building.”

Williams said he was happy to stay with the Falcons and learn new things a Flowery Branch.

The Falcons new defensive coordinator, Jimmy Lake, shared that his dream was to be a defensive coordinator and that he competed with Morris for the DC position at Tampa Bay when both worked with the Buccaneers.

“I know you wanted this job, but we’re gonna do this together,” Lake recalled Morris telling him at the

Lake said his coaching philosophy is simple: fast, free, and physical.

Next came Falcons offensive coordinator Zac Robinson, who had some positive things to say about the team’s star running back, Bijan Robinson. He said Bijan was “unbelievable” in college when he saw him at Oklahoma State when Zac was there.

Turning to the most interesting topic the press conference touched on, the upcoming starting quarterback. Zac Robinson said the Falcons are looking for their potential QB to be “the most competitive guy in the room.” He added that all options are on the table for that new quarterback, but offered no specifics.