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  1. He had less than 5 touchdowns last year and led the league in drops. Don’t pay him. Simple is that. If he doesn’t improve in those 2 areas next year and pulls this again then we trade him and get a fortune in return. At one point he may have been bigger than this team, but not anymore with this young and talented defense. I’ve loved watching him beast on any and everybody as a falcon but at this point we have enough other pieces in place that we can develop a new winning formula without him.
  2. Julio played every game last season. He has had seasons with more TD’s and receiving yards in less games.
  3. This is exactly what I thought about when I saw this report. Despite his yards last year was not one of his best seasons. I was really hoping to hear about Julio putting in more offseason time with the team than years past. I guess that’s out the window now.
  4. Catch an effing touchdown, dude. He’s going to skip OTA’s? Seriously? He had the second most dropped passes and only 3 TD’s last year. He and Matt were not in rhythm at all, what he needs the most is offseason reps with Matt. If we we give him a raise a he doesn’t put in the work this offseason and continues his dropping ways/isnt able to get separation in the end zone my opinion of him will significantly lower. I would be willing to trade him if that’s the case.
  5. Yeah I was watching clips of his interceptions and thinking that he looked like a linebacker in our scheme lol.
  6. Teach Julio to have double digit TD’s and I will be thrilled.
  7. Good for him. I spend 3 or so months a year driving all over the United States for work with a very flexible schedule and some of the best times of my life have been on the road. Wish I had that camper lol.
  8. I think the whole “running shanahans offense through Sarkisian” experiment is over. Coleman was not used properly during stretches last year. The falcons having substantial interest in Chubb doesn’t surprise me if they are serious about getting Sark the right players for his system.
  9. OTA’s are about to be a rude awakening
  10. I’ve been hoping to hear about Julio getting back into the mix soon. He finished last season healthier than usual(although still injured) so there’s no excuse not to participate in offseason drills this season. I wouldn’t call last season a down year for him but he definitely made some uncharacteristic mistakes at terrible times. We’ll see what Hooper is really about this upcoming season. I’m skeptical but it looks like he’s going to be the guy at tight end unless we go TE early which I doubt now that we need DT so badly. Hope he proves me wrong.
  11. It says at the end of the tweet that a drafted or undrafted rookie could be added to the mix.
  12. I’d sign him out of basic principal.
  13. Teco’s main problem this year was being stoned at the line of scrimmage. I was very frustrated with the fact that we couldn’t get both running backs going in a game this past year. Hopefully an upgraded O line and some serious film study from Sark can get both of these backs productive again.
  14. Super Bowl 1998. First football game I ever watched.
  15. It’s nice to be one of the few teams that retained both coordinators. Continuity is key.