The Atlanta Falcons' offensive success during a 13-3 season could come at a price.
Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter will interview with the Kansas City Chiefs for their head-coaching vacancy, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. The Falcons already have granted the Chiefs permission to talk to Koetter and the interview reportedly will take place Tuesday.
Assistants on playoff teams with a bye can interview for jobs as head coaches this week.
This isn’t a huge surprise because Koetter was expected to be one of the "hot" names this offseason. He’s had success as a coordinator and has been a head coach on the college level.
Koetter joined the Falcons this season after Mike Mularkey left to become the head coach in Jacksonville.