Falcons interview Colts scouting director Morocco Brown for GM

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After conducting two interviews for their head-coaching vacancy on Monday, the Atlanta Falcons interviewed two candidates for their general manager opening on Tuesday.

The team held a virtual meeting with Rams scouting director Brad Holmes earlier in the day, and another with Morocco Brown, the Indianapolis Colts director of college scouting, later in the afternoon.

Despite being a relative unknown in comparison to other GM candidates, Brown is drawing interest for his work in Indianapolis. Colts Wire’s Kevin Hickey explains why Brown is deserving of consideration.

“Brown should be getting some looks this offseason. He has been a big factor in the college prospects the Colts bring in, including names like Quenton Nelson, Darius Leonard, Jonathan Taylor and Grover Stewart,” writes Hickey.

Check back for more Falcons GM and coaching updates throughout the week.

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