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Wed, 19 Feb 2014 10:06:02 -0800
Atlanta Falcons executive Rich McKay said the competition committee briefly discussed the possibility of having all of the reviews during NFL games occur at one central location but does not think it would occur next season.
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 10:47:31 -0800
The Atlanta Falcons extended the contracts of president and chief executive officer Rich McKay, general manager Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Mike Smith Monday, Jan. 27. McKay signed a four-year deal that will run through May of 2019, while Dimitroff and Smith each signed one-year contracts. Financial terms of the deals weren't disclosed.
Tue, 19 Apr 2011 12:30:51 -0700
The NFL and its players continued their third day of mediation Tuesday, April 19, and the NFL group was led by commissioner Roger Goodell, according to NFL Network's Albert Breer. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, Green Bay Packers chief executive officer Mark Murphy and Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay were also present Tuesday.
Sun, 27 Dec 2009 12:27:39 -0800
ESPN.com reports the Atlanta Falcons have signed team president Rich McKay to a five-year contract extension, a source told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
Sun, 08 Nov 2009 09:57:42 -0800
Adam Schefter, of ESPN, reports former Seattle Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren is the top name on Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner's wish list to come in and run the team, according to a team source. The other names believed to be on the list are former New York Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi, former Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf and Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay. Lerner is looking for someone to perform for the Browns in the same role that vice president of football operations Bill Parcells performs for the Miami Dolphins.
Wed, 18 Mar 2009 10:07:58 -0700
John Clayton, of ESPN.com, reports Atlanta Falcons president and NFL Competition Committee co-chairman Rich McKay said there will be no changes to the current overtime rules.
Thu, 03 Jan 2008 22:13:20 -0800
Jason Cole, of Yahoo! Sports, reports Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay has received a two-year contract extension, according to a source with knowledge of the team. McKay is playing an active role in interviewing candidates for both general manager and head coach, according to the source.
Tue, 24 Jul 2007 15:31:24 -0700
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said during a press conference that he was "very disappointed" in QB Michael Vick. Blank also said he was initially in favor of a four-game suspension, but said the leave of absence was the best option. When asked if he ever directly asked Vick if he was involved in illegal dog fighting, Blank said he had not. General manager Rich McKay said releasing Vick was an option discussed, but they agreed with the league's ruling. Head coach Bobby Petrino said there is a possibility that the team will have to prepare for a season without Michael Vick.
Sat, 24 Mar 2007 09:30:46 -0700
Chris Pika, of AtlantaFalcons.com, reports the NFL's Competition Committee will propose penalizing players who spike or throw the ball after plays on the field. Touchdowns will not be subject to the proposed five-yard penalty. " This is an issue that has really shown itself in the last two years where it seems like every play -- whether a three-yard gain or a 15-yarder -- results in a player stepping up and spiking the ball," Atlanta Falcons general manager and committee co-chairman Rich McKay said. If a player spiked the ball after gaining a first down, the ball would be moved back five yards but it will still be first-and-10.
Sat, 24 Mar 2007 09:15:19 -0700
Kevin Seifert, of the Star Tribune, reports the NFL is planning to improve its weekly injury reports after several teams questioned the existing method and protocol. Atlanta Falcons general manager Rich McKay said the new system will require teams to reveal each injured player's practice schedule. If commissioner Roger Goodell approves the new format, the old classifications of probable, questionable and doubtful will be de-emphasized. Under the new system, teams will list the amount of practice in which injured players participate on Wednesday and Thursday of a game week. On Friday, the teams will designate each players as probable, questionable, doubtful or out.
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