Zac Robinson and Jimmy Lake have been announced as the new offensive and defensive coordinators, respectively, for the Atlanta Falcons. They are following Raheem Morris, who was recently named the head coach of the Falcons. Robinson, 37, has been working with Morris for the past three years in Los Angeles, starting as an assistant quarterbacks coach and eventually being promoted to passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Lake, 47, was previously the head coach of the University of Washington and has a background in coaching defense at both the collegiate and NFL levels.
In addition to Robinson and Lake, Marquice Williams will be retained as the special teams coordinator for the Falcons. Williams, 38, has been with the team for the past three seasons and has helped lead them to special teams touchdowns, including a blocked punt and a 103-yard kick return.
The Falcons have scheduled Morris' introductory press conference for February 5th, where he will officially begin his role as head coach. This new coaching staff brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Falcons organization, and fans can expect exciting developments in the team's offensive, defensive, and special teams strategies.
Stay tuned for more updates as the Falcons prepare for the upcoming season under the leadership of Coach Morris and his newly appointed coordinators.
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