ATLANTA - With Rex Ryan no longer an option, three defensive co-ordinators, including Arizonas Todd Bowles, may lead the Atlanta Falcons coach search. Nike Air Max Osta . The Falcons are expected to conduct second interviews with Bowles and Detroits Teryl Austin this week. The team must wait for a follow-up meeting with Seattle defensive co-ordinator Dan Quinn, who is off-limits this week as the Seahawks prepare for the NFC championship game. Ryan, the former Jets coach, accepted an offer to become Buffalos coach following his interview with the Falcons last week. The Bills announced Ryan as their new coach on Monday, one day after he reached an agreement with the team. That leaves the defensive co-ordinators as possible front-runners to replace fired coach Mike Smith. Detroit, Seattle and Arizona all ranked among the NFLs top eight teams in total defence this season. The Falcons also have interviewed New England offensive co-ordinator Josh McDaniels, Broncos offensive co-ordinator Adam Gase and former Bills coach Doug Marrone. If the Seahawks beat Green Bay on Sunday, Quinn may not be open for more talks with Atlanta until after the Feb. 1 Super Bowl. Bowles, 51, was Philadelphias defensive co-ordinator in 2012 before guiding the Cardinals defence the last two years. He previously worked as a defensive assistant with the Jets, Cleveland, Dallas and Miami. He was 2-1 as the Dolphins interim head coach in 2011. He played eight seasons in the NFL with Washington and San Francisco. Austin, 49, was Baltimores defensive co-ordinator for three years before being named Detroits defensive co-ordinator before the 2014 season. Lions coach Jim Caldwell says he Austin is ready to be a head coach despite having only one season as a co-ordinator. He has all of the qualities that youre looking for, Caldwell said last week. Caldwell said Austin has the technical knowledge and the emotional sort of connection with his players needed to be a head coach. McDaniels would add another layer to the Falcons Patriots connections. Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff was New Englands director of college scouting before he came to Atlanta in 2008. Scott Pioli, director of player personnel for the Patriots from 2000-08, was hired as Atlantas assistant general manager last year. Pioli was given new duties in pro and college scouting and the NFL draft last week as team owner Arthur Blank restructured the personnel department. Pioli will continue to report to Dimitroff. Dimitroff and the new coach will report separately to Blank. A possible wild-card candidate could emerge in Dallas. Cowboys coach Jason Garretts contract expired when Dallas lost to Green Bay in the playoffs on Sunday. He is free to talk with any team. Garrett, then the Cowboys offensive co-ordinator, had two interviews with the Falcons in 2008 before Smith was hired. He was considered a top candidate before deciding to remain with Dallas, where he already was the designated successor to coach Wade Phillips. The Falcons search was delayed last week following the death of Blanks 99-year-old mother, Molly, on Wednesday in Atlanta. Nike Air Max Ale . Lowry and the Raptors officially announced a four-year US$48 million dollar deal Thursday. The deal was reported last week but couldnt be made official until Thursday, when the moratorium on signings was lifted. "They were real factors. I did my homework. Halvalla Nike Air Max . With the Canadiens leading by one to start the third period, Price turned away 16 shots by the Panthers in the final frame to give Montreal a 2-1 victory over Florida on Monday night. The Panthers (16-21-6) outshot Montreal 16-10 in the final frame, but were repeatedly frustrated by Price, who made 26 saves on the night. http://www.suomiairmax.com/ . -- The Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets will forever be tied together for making the same spectacular misjudgment on budding NBA sensation Jeremy Lin.BEREA, Ohio -- The two wooden lockers Trent Richardson used daily were barren, nothing left behind from his short stay with the Browns. Face of the franchise one day. Gone the next. Still somewhat shaken by the new front offices decision to trade Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a first-round draft pick, the few Browns who ventured into the locker room on Thursday expressed shock at the deal, its timing and they vowed to move forward in a season not yet three weeks old. "It was a shock to everybody," receiver Josh Gordon said. "Everyone was in disbelief." With an eye toward the future, the Browns shipped Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick in 2012 and one of their few players with star magnitude, to the Colts for a selection in next years draft. But the alarming move to trade the powerful running back raised a flag for Clevelands long-suffering fans, who view the hasty transaction as a sign that Browns management is throwing away this season to better align itself for 2014 and beyond. "Thats not even realistic," linebacker DQwell Jackson said. "In this business, there is too much pressure on everyone to win. I cant even fathom that." To offset the loss of Richardson and add depth at running back, the Browns signed free agent Willis McGahee. He spent last season with Denver, leading the Broncos with 731 yards. The nine-year veteran passed his physical as the Browns were practicing, worked out for Clevelands coaches and signed his contract. Like everyone, Jackson was caught off guard by Richardsons trade. Jackson had left the teams facility and was at home getting a massage Wednesday when he heard. Once the initial shock wore off, Jackson chalked it up to life with the Browns. "Ive been around here for a long time and Ive seen a lot happen and thats one of those deals where its out of your hands and out of your control," he said. "Im not saying that hes not a good player. Hes just going to be a good player for another organization, and the powers that be felt like that was the best thing for the team and weve got to move forward." Jackson said theres no time to dwell on the trade, which came within hours of the Browns naming third-string quarterback Brian Hoyer their starter Sundayy in Minnesota, and wide receiver Greg Little losing his starting job. Nike Air Max Halvalla. Hoyer got the nod over backup Jason Campbell to fill in for Brandon Weeden, sidelined with a sprained right thumb. As a captain, Jacksons duty is to keep his teammates focused. "I think in the locker room, guys will talk about it for today and then weve got work to do," he said. "Weve got a lot of studying to do, a lot of film to watch, were trying to get the first win. So, yeah, its going to be in the back of our minds. We wish Trent the best of luck. But weve still got a job to do. "We have to put our hard hats on." That was the same message delivered by Browns coach Rob Chudzinski, who reminded his players to lock in on the Vikings. "We still have to go out and do what we do," safety T.J. Ward said. "Nothing changed for us. Its the same road. Weve just got to go out there, hold it down for the defensive side of the ball." Defensive lineman Desmond Bryant, who signed as a free agent in March, doesnt think the trade is a sign of surrender. "Definitely not," he said. "Were out there and we put in work every day to win. This doesnt change that, so right now were working to beat Minnesota and were going to continue to do that. I respect the decision they made." Jackson appreciates why some Cleveland fans are in an uproar over Richardsons departure. Once considered a building block, he wasnt around long enough to make a major impact. "Trent was going to be the face of this organization, a high draft pick, much was expected out of him," Jackson said. "Now that hes gone, I can see the frustration of the fans. The die-hard fans thought we had something in Trent. "Thats the ugly side of the business we cant control." ---- NOTES: Weeden visited a hand specialist, but the team provided no update. ... DE Ahtyba Rubin practiced again and could make his debut after missing two games with a calf injury. ... Offensive co-ordinator Norv Turner believes Richardson will thrive in Indy. "A lot of times players success depends on the situation theyre in and the people around them," he said. "I think hes going to have an opportunity to be real successful." 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