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  1. doesn't make sense he was on the radio acouple of weeks ago and was asked that question and DENIED the falcons had a bounty system.
  2. The 2012 free agent defensive end market wasn’t strong to begin with, but it has still been slow to develop while waiting for the first domino to fall. That happened Thursday afternoon, when the Bills signed Mario Williams to a six-year, $96 million record deal. John Abraham is the next best pure pass rusher available, and interest is beginning to heat up in the 33-year-old. Florio reported two days ago that the Tennessee Titans were working to schedule a visit with Abraham. NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports that the Denver Broncos are taking a long look at Abraham, and confirms the Titan
  3. I don't think he's coming to Atlanta esp with the contract he will more than likely demand and that is a good thing for us in the long term because it would hinder us for a long time. I would however look into Robert Mattis for now and hopefully our young D-linemen start to break out.
  4. http://profootballta...liams/#comments It may take hometown discount to keep Mario Williams Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 15, 2012, 10:36 AM EST AP The Texans have salary cap concerns and a lot of key players to take care of. Arian Foster is a restricted free agent. Pro Bowl center Chris Myers is a free agent. Starting guard Mike Brisiel is a free agent. Add it all up, and it will be very difficult to keepMario Williams. John McClain of theHouston Chronicle writes that Williams would have to take a “hometown discount” to stay in Houston. If that’s true, Williams is very likely to l
  5. The waterboy was prob the busiest person on the offensive side of the ball
  6. side note god forgive me but how many plastic surgery's did the women singing the national anthem have performed in the past?
  7. Flacco If you actually were not faded in the game made some stupid plays, even the announcers commented on them. It's amazing your protecting Flacco when the leader of BALTIMORE RAVENS Football team come out and commented on him as a QB during the postseason say's a alot.
  8. Mixing family with business never good in real life
  9. The price tag is going to be $100 million, in that price range plenty of teams are going to be excluded from getting him. Any team that is playoff caliber is instantly out of the running because at that price, salary cap shackles are waiting for the next few years. I'd love to have super mario but it would defiantly mean we're going to invest in the D-line and would have to develop players for the secondary bc of the cap.
  10. Bored at school just wanted to read it, might have some interesting names in there.
  11. http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/story?id=7422988&_slug_=the-five-most-overrated-players-2011-season-nfl&action=upsell&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fnfl%2fstory%3fid%3d7422988%26_slug_%3dthe-five-most-overrated-players-2011-season-nfl If anyone can post the story, please do. Thanks
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