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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Dirk Koetter
The Kansas City Chiefs were courting former Eagles coach Andy Reid on Wednesday as they searched for a replacement for Romeo Crennel, who was fired this week after the worst season in franchise history.
Michael Turner, who has the most carries in the NFL the last four seasons, is facing the possibility of a diminished role this season.
The Atlanta Falcons hired former San Francisco coach Mike Nolan as their defensive coordinator on Wednesday, hoping he can toughen up a unit that has rarely ranked among the NFL elite.
Completing an unusual swap of offensive coordinators, the Falcons hired Dirk Koetter from Jacksonville to replace Mike Mularkey only four days after the Jaguars introduced Mularkey as their new coach.
Quarterback Trent Edwards might be comfortable with Jacksonville's playbook, but he's far from cozy in his new surroundings.
"There's enough statistical data out there that there's something to 30-plus running backs," Koetter said.