First-year Atlanta Falcons head coach Arthur Smith never had the opportunity to work with Julio Jones, an all-pro wide receiver. Former Tennessee Titans Attack Coordinator Hired January, about 5 months before Atlanta Traded Ironically, the 32-year-old Star Playmaker went to Tennessee.
Titans receiver AJ Brown and others in its organization Naturally excited After the blockbuster deal, Smith kept an eye on the work in front of him, talking to reporters prior to the start of Tuesday’s mini-camp session.
“My concern is the players we (have) on this list,” Smith explained. D. Orlando Redbetter Of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I’ve dealt with a lot of situations every week and my experience in Tennessee doesn’t matter. I’ll roll the ball. I’ll kick off. Just like when I was dealing with the COVID-19 issue in the Buffalo match. I had 4 wide outs.
“My job as a coach is to get ready for the match. I do whatever I have to do to win the match. I think so. About players who have never coached. I’m not worried. “”
Smith also wished Jones success in his opening comments, but there is no doubt that he has little interest in publicly discussing trading, either from spring to summer or sometime this fall. No. For now, he focused on promoting Calvin Ridley to the top of the depth chart at the receiver position, preparing rookie tight-end Kyle Pitts for prime time, “Feeling” Matt Ryan.
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Smith on Jones: “I don’t care about players who have never coached.”
https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/new_falcons_coach_arthur_smith_on_julio_jones_i_dont_worry_about_players_that_i_never_coached/s1_13132_35106041 Smith on Jones: “I don’t care about players who have never coached.”