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
2005
Succeeded by
Dom Capers
Preceded by
Vic Fangio
Houston Texans Defensive Coordinators
2006-2008
Succeeded by
Frank Bush
Preceded by
Ken Flajole
Carolina Panthers Linebackers Coach
2009-2010
Succeeded by
Al Holcomb
Preceded by
Roman Phifer
Denver Broncos Linebackers Coach
2011-2014
Succeeded by
Reggie Herring
Preceded by
Mike Nolan
Atlanta Falcons Defensive Coordinator
2015-present
Succeeded by
N/A

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