“Sark is really good,” center Alex Mack said. “He’s an upbeat guy. Really positive. Great message about how there is always change and moving forward in any organization. One season is always different from the next. It’s about trying to grow from there and trying to get the most out of every day.”
Sarkisian replaced Kyle Shanahan, who left to become San Francisco’s head coach. While Sarkisian is keeping the offense, which led the NFL in scoring in 2016, intact, he’s also adding some new wrinkles.