Falcons quarterbacks coach Bush Hamdan will return to the University of Washington to become their offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, according to the schoool.
Hamdan, after spending seven seasons in the college ranks, joined the Falcons in February.
Hamdan, a former quarterback at Boise State, coached at Washington the past two seasons after making stops at Davidson, Arkansas State, Florida, Sacramento State and Maryland. He was also a student assistant at Colorado.
He replaced Matt LeFleur, who became the Los Angeles Rams’ offensive coordinator.
Hamdan, who had never coached in the NFL, was at Florida, where he was the wide receivers coach in 2012, when Falcon coach Dan Quinn was the defensive coordinator.