The Atlanta Falcons executed a major housecleaning on Monday, relieving all three positional coordinators of their duties just one day after concluding a 7-9 season.

Steve Sarkisian (offense), Marquand Manuel (defense) and Keith Armstrong (special teams) will not be with the team, moving forward.

As such, the duo of general manager Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Dan Quinn will now be tasked with filling three substantial vacancies among the staff.

For what it's worth, Dimitroff and Quinn both signed three-year contract extensions last summer, which likely explains why they weren't among the casualties in Flowery Branch.

Which brings us to this:

Eight teams are now looking for head coaches (Bengals, Cardinals, Packers, Jets, Browns, Dolphins, Buccaneers, Broncos), one of the cold realities of the so-called Black Monday.

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