The Falcons finished the 2018 season with a record of 7-9.

Kronenberg moved to assistant offensive line coach 

Bob Kronenberg, who’d been working with the Falcons as a pro scout, was moved to the assistant offensive line coach position.

Kronenberg, 47, will be charged with helping offensive line coach Chris Morgan as they try to re-shaped the unit, which gave up 42 sacks last season.

 Kronenberg, who played offensive line in the Canadian Football League, NFL Europe and the Arena Football League, has been with the Falcons for the past eight years after spending the previous seven with the AFL’s Georgia Force as assistant coach and defensive coordinator (2003-08). 

Kronenberg, who played at St. Cloud State in Minnesota, went to NFL training camp with the Buccaneers in 1993 and Redskins in 1998. 

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