Former Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood is heading to the National Football League.
According to an announcement from the Atlanta Falcons, Flood will be joining the team as an assistant offensive line coach. The move reunites Flood and Falcons coach Dan Quinn, who worked together at Hofstra in the late 90’s.
Flood spent last season out of coaching after being fired from Rutgers.
He had a 27-24 record during his time leading the Scarlet Knights. Flood also reportedly committed multiple violations during his time at Rutgers which led to the university receiving an NCAA Notice of Allegations.
In addition to the Flood hire, the Falcons have added offensive assistant Dave Brock, quarterbacks coach Bush Hamdan, defensive assistant Jess Simpson, offensive assistant Justin Outten, offensive assistant Charlie Weis Jr. and defensive assistant Charlie Jackson.
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