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  1. Takk was out too.....so that must be the last of him as well /purple
  2. Duke Riley is just awful.....no awareness at all
  3. Would have to be this crazy fugger.....
  4. "Thoughts?" You should delete this thread before too many people see it
  5. https://www.profootballrumors.com/2018/03/saints-falcons-panthers-interested-in-de-robert-ayers Saints, Falcons, Panthers Interested In DE Robert Ayers March 21st, 2018 at 6:27pm CST by Dallas Robinson Instead of taking multiple free agent visits, former Buccaneers defensive end Robert Ayers plans to meet with teams at the NFL’s annual meeting in Orlando, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (video link), who reports the Saints, Falcons, and Panthers all have interest in Ayers. New Orleans, Atlanta, and Carolina, of course, all reside in the NFC South, meaning each club was able to see Ayers’ production from a close vantage point over the past two years as he played for Tampa Bay. The Saints, for their part, have addressed their pass rush by re-signing defensive end Alex Okafor, while the Panthers upgraded their interior by inking Dontari Poe. The Falcons haven’t yet added any new players on the edge, but they have met with free agent Pernell McPhee. Ayers is now entering his age-32 campaign, but he’s still an outstanding pass rusher. While Ayers posted only two sacks a season ago, he managed 28 pressures (a better indication of production) and graded as Pro Football Focus‘ No. 10 edge defender. Ayers also offers experience in both 3-4 and 4-3 schemes, although injuries will be a question mark, as he’s only played in 10 games in each of the past two seasons. After being cut by the Buccaneers earlier this week, Ayers is now part of a free agent edge class that also includes McPhee, Connor Barwin, Junior Galette, Derrick Shelby, and Kony Ealy, among others.
  6. Sounds like how you'd describe the exact opposite of Tru last season...
  7. All lthis talk of us sitting on our hands and doing nothing......I don't know what some of you expect when there's only 6 teams with less cap space than us.
  8. Falcons placed the second-round tender worth $2.914 million on restricted free agent free safety Ricardo Allen. Team still could sign Allen to a long-term deal before the start of the season.
  9. From the list of UFA's, here's who I'd bring back..... Garland - Great depth for Guard and Center, will be cheap Ishmael - Good depth Bryant - he's just $$$$ Clayborn - absolutely Poe - If he comes back for a reasonable amount then yes Andre Roberts and Derrick Coleman - I'll pay them out of my own pocket to leave
  10. Great post. Brings back a lot of memories....good and bad
  11. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/12/30/falcons-promote-jamil-douglas-waive-deji-olatoye/ Falcons promote Jamil Douglas, waive Deji Olatoye Posted by Charean Williams on December 30, 2017, 12:43 AM EST The Falcons promoted offensive guard Jamil Douglas from the practice squad. They waived cornerback Deji Olatoye in a corresponding move. Atlanta is banged up along the offensive line with center Alex Mack (calf) questionable to play Sunday, and guards Andy Levitre (triceps) and Wes Schweitzer (groin) limited in practice this week. Douglas, a fourth-round pick of the Dolphins in 2015, spent all season on the Falcons’ practice squad. He started six games and played in 11 others during his two seasons in Miami. Olatoye played in three games for the Buccaneers and two for the Falcons this season. Atlanta first cut Olatoye on September 21 before re-signing him December 14 after the Bucs waived him. The Ravens originally signed Olatyoe as a college free agent following the 2014 draft. He also has spent time on the Chiefs’ and Cowboys’ practice squads.