Richard Smith (American football coach)

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Richard Smith
Richard Smith (American football coach) 2015.jpg
Smith in 2015
Current position
Title Defensive Coordinator
Team Atlanta Falcons
Personal information
Date of birth (1955-10-17) October 17, 1955 (age 59)
Alma mater Fresno State
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1979-1980 Rio Hondo Junior College (OL)
1987 Arizona State University (LB/ST)
1988-1992 Houston Oilers (ST/Asst. TE, LB, OL)
1993-1994 Denver Broncos (ST/Asst. LB)
1995-1996 Denver Broncos (ST)
1997-2002 San Francisco 49ers (LB)
2003-2004 Detroit Lions (LB)
2005 Miami Dolphins (DC)
2006-2008 Houston Texans (DC)
2009-2010 Carolina Panthers (LB)
2011-2014 Denver Broncos (LB)
2015-Present Atlanta Falcons (DC)

Richard Smith is the defensive coordinator for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons.[1] He has also been the defensive coordinator for the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins.[2]

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Preceded by
Jim Bates
Miami Dolphins Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Dom Capers
Preceded by
Vic Fangio
Houston Texans Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Frank Bush
Preceded by
Ken Flajole
Carolina Panthers Linebackers Coach
Succeeded by
Al Holcomb
Preceded by
Roman Phifer
Denver Broncos Linebackers Coach
Succeeded by
Reggie Herring
Preceded by
Mike Nolan
Atlanta Falcons Defensive Coordinator
Succeeded by