Mora's Job Security Becomes An Issue

ATLANTA--The job of Atlanta Falcons Coach Jim Mora perhaps could be in jeopardy.

Mora created an uproar in Atlanta last week by saying on a radio show that he would leave his job with the Falcons in an instant if he could get the head coaching job at the University of Washington, his alma mater. That led to a meeting with Falcons owner Arthur Blank, after which Mora issued an apology Friday.

The Falcons lost, 38-28, to the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday night at the Georgia Dome. That dropped their record to 7-7, and if they don't make the playoffs it seems possible that Mora could be ousted by Blank.

By Mark Maske |  December 17, 2006; 1:45 PM ET  | Category:  Falcons
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