The Atlanta Falcons are filling out their coaching staff, with the latest addition coming from the West coast. The recently fired Fresno St. Bulldogs head coach Pat Hill has been named the new offensive line coach for the Falcons. Hill is taking over for Paul Boudreau, who was fired after the Falcons were defeated 24-2 in the playoffs by the New York Giants.
Hill has spent the last 15 seasons as the head coach for Fresno State, where he compiled a record of 112-80.
This is not Hill's first stint in the NFL, as he was the offensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns for three seasons from 1992-95, and he also spent one season with the Baltimore Ravens in 1996, also as an offensive line coach.
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