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    ahawkins reacted to athell in Falcons sign O lineman   
    Speak for yourself!  I have a almost 16 year old son wanting to take me out in every sport possible, I have to stay ready!  
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    ahawkins reacted to jlrfalcon in Which Falcon’s # = your age?   
    45 - Debo today, T.J. Duckett years ago.
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    ahawkins reacted to The Architect in Which Falcon’s # = your age?   
    #25 Ito Smith who looks promising so far.
    Best Falcon to ever wear #25 is the hard hitting legend Scott Case.
    Best to wear it since I've been watching is another hard hitting safety in William Moore.
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    ahawkins reacted to Dr Long Shot in Which Falcon’s # = your age?   
    #33 Bidi Wreh Wilson... but I'll always remember it as Michael Turner's 
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    ahawkins got a reaction from k-train in Which Falcon’s # = your age?   
    #28 Jordan Miller..
    The best so far has to be Warrick Dunn. 
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    ahawkins reacted to Cole World in Vic Beasley: Video by Our Very Own @A-TowN   
    Here's your Dexter Lawrence below.

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    ahawkins reacted to FalconsIn2012 in Free is excited and think he likes DK   
    Love it.  Comeback Player of Year incoming
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    ahawkins reacted to g-dawg in Mularkey On Run Scheme.   
    I remember JoenPhx whose son was on Smitty’s coaching staff, back in 2011, and when they were looking to trade up for AJ Green - That Mularkey was the one that really liked Julio Jones the most - at least that’s the way I remember it.
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    ahawkins reacted to g-dawg in Mularkey On Run Scheme.   
    “I’d take him at 3”
    - Mike Mularkey says to Thomas Dimitroff before getting on the plane to leave Boston College back to Atlanta in April, 2008.
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    ahawkins reacted to NWFALCON in Someone no one is talking about   
    Lots of people are talking about him making a good leap this year as he should hopefully receive more snaps. 
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    ahawkins reacted to Factz in Someone no one is talking about   
    Deadrin Senat.
    Is no one high on him? By all accounts, he had a decent rookie year.
    https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/1/15/18182023/bright-spots-in-a-dim-year-deadrin-senat-is-a-beast
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    ahawkins reacted to ya_boi_j in Apparently Adam Gase wanted Tevin Coleman   
    I was fully expecting Coleman to be a Jet or a Colt.
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    ahawkins reacted to nolove4thecrook in ok its official we are superbowl bound book it...   
    Listen you can bookmark this and talk that ish but given the circumstances I'm living 2016 x1000 these Falcons are gonna win it all. I can feel it and it's going down. Were gonna go 13-3 12-4 were gonna **** on the saints and take it all the way. #riseup
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    ahawkins reacted to Ovie_Lover in Will losing Andy Levitre hurt our offensive line?   
    Dude he wasn't even on the team to begin with.
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    ahawkins reacted to BoomGoesTheDynamite in Will losing Andy Levitre hurt our offensive line?   
    Nah. Think the FO already foresaw something like this happening and that's one of the reasons they went out and signed Carpenter and Brown which IMO is a pretty good upgrade.
    Plus i believe both Linestorm and McGary will get PLENTY of game time, and if they can start to come on even a little midway through the season (hopeful) I can see us having a really good line barring injury.
     
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    ahawkins reacted to ADAMSVILLE GYM in Based on absolutely nothing..   
    ..but my gut "homer" feelings, Falcon will have a top 7 Defense this season. 
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    ahawkins got a reaction from JDaveG in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Man, I'm pulling for the guy! I hope he takes full advantage of the opportunity.
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    ahawkins reacted to RazorWing in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Im happy he found christ. He is a follower of jesus christ now. When you put him first. He will bless you.
    That what stood out to me the most. 
    He has a changed ❤.
    If he is dedicated to football and god. He will be ok. He is going to have a great season.
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    ahawkins reacted to The O.D.B in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    I hope he's studied while he was out. More power and speed will be great but, if the guy has put a few moves together....He might just be a game wrecker. 
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    ahawkins reacted to V-Town Falcon in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    I'm really pulling for him. I still remember him sacking Rodgers by grabbing his foot in the NFC championship game. If he can truly play to his full potential; having him line up with Jarrett will be nasty.
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    ahawkins reacted to Diesel_Bird in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Great read, thanks for posting. Hope this man has learned his ways, not just for the falcons but for himself 
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    ahawkins reacted to The O.D.B in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Shede, you are now in my circle of Hope. You will persevere! The man you want to be may not be who you are but, the Man you work to be is who you will be. ROCK THE WORLD MY MAN!
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    ahawkins reacted to PokerSteve in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Without having read this story, the fact that Quinn and the Falcons had signed him told me Shede had not only paid the price for his sins, but had also learned the lessons needed to turn his life around.
    My parents were lower-middle class. My mother worked at a day care center changing diapers so my brother and I could have decent clothes to wear to school. My brother and I never knew our family wasn't "well off" because we had everything that seemed important ~ and we were right. We had our parents and they were devoted to my brother and I.
    To read this story of him and his brother going through their childhood with an addicted mother, no father, foster home after foster home was heart-breaking. How could you come out of a childhood like that without serious issues? But he didn't just give up and quit on his dream or himself. Instead he joined the church and accepted responsibility for all that has happened in the past few years.
    This man has earned his chance at redemption. And I applaud Blank, Quinn and TD for giving Hageman another chance. There's not a doubt in my mind he will make the most of it. I've been in his corner since I found out he was back and as I already said before, I can hardly wait to watch him get after QB's this season and beyond. Welcome back, Shede! Rise Up!!
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    ahawkins reacted to falconsd56 in Back where his NFL career started and faded, Ra’Shede Hageman will grapple with — and try to atone for — his past   
    Great read.
    Here is to hoping that this whole ordeal makes him focus and has him put his considerable physical talents to use.
     
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