Special-teams coordinator Keith Armstrong had interviews with Chicago, Kansas City and Philadelphia. Kansas City hired Andy Reid.
He didn’t want to comment about his interviews.
“I’d love to talk about the Seattle Seahawks,” Armstrong said.
Defensive coordinator Mike Nolan had an interview with Philadelphia.“I’m flattered that they wanted to talk, and I enjoyed it,” Nolan said. “Outside of that … hopefully we keep playing and so the process will be a long one.”
Nolan was the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers from 2005-08 and posted an 18-37 record.
“They are a great organization and have a tremendous owner, much like we do here,” Nolan said. “Whoever ends up with that job is going to do a good job and also appreciate the fact that it is a great organization.”
Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter interviewed with Kansas City, but cancelled interviews with Philadelphia and Cleveland after he signed a contract extension with the Falcons.
“It was just plain and simple, I’ve got a great job here,” Koetter said. “You don’t get many chances in your coaching career to be with a team that has a chance to go all the way. We have that opportunity here, and I’m excited to be a part of it.”
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