ATLANTA (AP) -Alvin Reynolds, a 15-year NFL assistant coach who previously worked with new Falcons coach Mike Smith in Jacksonville, joined Smith's Atlanta staff as defensive backs coach Wednesday.
Reynolds will work with assistant head coach and secondary coach Emmitt Thomas.
Reynolds worked with Smith in Jacksonville for five years as defensive backs coach. The 2007 defense tied a team record with 20 interceptions.
Reynolds was a defensive assistant with the Carolina Panthers from 1999-2003.

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