Decision reached in Atlanta Falcons assistant coach's suit against former team

Miami Herald
Decision reached in Atlanta Falcons assistant coach's suit against former team
Decision reached in Atlanta Falcons assistant coach's suit against former team

On Monday, an arbitrator ruled in favor of USC in a wrongful termination suit involving former Trojans head football coach Steve Sarkisian. Sarkisian, who is now the Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator, was reportedly seeking $30 million and argued that USC did not allow him to seek treatment for his alcoholism. The arbitrator in the case denied the suit and determined that USC is not responsible for any further compensation to Sarkisian. "We are pleased that the arbitration has reached its rightful conclusion, and we wish Steve Sarkisian well," USC athletic director Lynn Swann said in a statement. Sarkisian was the Trojans head coach from December 2013 until mid-fall 2015, a tenure in which

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