1. Darrell Bevell is expected to interview with the Falcons within the next two days, per Rapoport.
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3. Darrell Bevell previously interviewed for the Falcons job, but that position has already been filled by ex-Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter.
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5. On January 16, 2019, Darrell Bevell was hired by the Detroit Lions to be their offensive coordinator, replacing Jim Bob Cooter.
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6. Darrell Bevell was one of only a few scouts to attend Wilson's pro-day, and the Seahawks ultimately drafted him in the third round.
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9. Darrell Bevell was actually a finalist for the Bears' head coaching job in 2013.
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14. Darrell Bevell led the team to win the 1995 Hall of Fame Bowl game, giving Wisconsin their first back-to-back bowl wins.
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15. Darrell Bevell spent the last seven seasons heading up the Seattle offense, and was told of the team's decision to let him go on Tuesday night, Pro Football Talk reports.
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19. Darrell Bevell was supposed to be high on the list of presumptive Colts head coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Chris Ballard.
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22. Darrell Bevell has interviewed for the Arizona, Jacksonville and Chicago jobs over the past few seasons.
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24. Darrell Bevell was a 4-year starter at Wisconsin, playing in 45 games and throwing 59 touchdowns against 39 interceptions.
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27. In 2000, Darrell Bevell was hired by the Green Bay Packers as an offensive assistant.
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28. In 2009, Darrell Bevell was reunited with Brett Favre, but this time being the offensive coordinator, and having the play-calling duties.
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