ATLANTA – The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms with Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith to become the team's head coach.The Falcons announced the agreement on Friday. Smith held a virtual interview with the team on Monday and he also interviewed with the New York Jets and Detroit Lions.
The Jets reached an agreement with Robert Saleh on Thursday night to be their coach.The 38-year-old Smith has served on the Tennessee staff for 10 seasons, including two as offensive coordinator. The Titans finished this season tied for second in the NFL in total yards.Under Smith’s leadership, the Titans finished behind only Kansas City in total offense with 396.4 yards.
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