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  1. http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/208552/falcons-tevin-coleman-determined-to-keep-tight-hold-on-more-opportunities FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- One of the storylines at Atlanta Falcons' training camp through four practices was how smooth and comfortable running back Tevin Coleman looked catching the football. "It's way better than last year," Coleman said. "It's pretty good now." The Falcons knew they had such an element in Pro Bowler Devonta Freeman. However, Coleman seems to have elevated that aspect of his game, lining up on the outside and catching go route
  2. FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Maybe rookie Keanu Neal didn't mean to do it, but Atlanta Falcons teammate Eric Weems sure felt it. Neal, the team's first-round draft pick at strong safety, couldn't pull up in time before knocking the wide receiver Weems off his feet during Sunday's padded practice. One would think a 10-year veteran such as Weems would take exception to such a blow from a young player. Weems didn't. In fact, he encouraged it. "I didn't tell him nothing because that's football," Weems said. "What do I need to tell him something for? We're good. It's football. Why slow him
  3. Unsigned Vic Beasley participates in OTAs 54mVaughn McClure, ESPN Staff Writer FLOWERY, BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falcons first-round draft pick Vic Beasley participated in Tuesday's organized team activities despite remaining unsigned. The pass-rusher from Clemson is the only unsigned player among the team's seven draft selections. It is unclear what is holding up negotiations. Typically a player not under contract who participates in OTAs will sign an injury waiver which states the team will negotiate his contract in good faith based on his draft position. Beasley was the eighth overall pick. T
  4. http://espn.go.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/13488/falcons-adrian-clayborn-in-a-rush-for-2015-season Falcons DE Adrian Clayborn refining pass rush skills for 2015 season New Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn is taking the necessary steps to help improve the team's pass rush in 2015. Clayborn has spent time this offseason working out with former Falcons defensive end Chuck Smith, a well-respected pass rush guru who trains numerous professional and amateur athletes. Smith had 58.5 sacks in eight years with the Falcons and reached double-digit sacks in three different season
  5. http://espn.go.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/11990/four-things-we-learned-at-the-combine-falcons Atlanta Falcons Four things we learned at the combine: Falcons Here are few other things we learned about the Falcons on Day 2. The Falcons have their eyes on a talented veteran inside linebacker: The Falcons are expected to pursue linebacker David Harris from the New York Jets if he hits the free-agent market. The 31-year-old Harris has started every game for six straight seasons with 884 career tackles and 30 career sacks. Quinn was the Jets' defensive line coach during Harris' first two
  6. FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- As the Atlanta Falcons returned to the practice field for organized team activities on Wednesday, the biggest buzz surrounded one of the players who didn't have a helmet in hand. Receiver Julio Jones, who underwent foot surgery last October, joined his teammates for stretching then did some drills on a side field under the watchful eye of the training staff. Jones also ran a few routes on his own and seemed to be fine stopping and cutting. It's apparently the same routine Jones has followed since OTAs started last week, but he wasn't visible to the media during last week
  7. http://espn.go.com/b...ine-from-within Evaluating Falcons' O-line from within January, 9, 2014 JAN 9 9:00 AM ET By Vaughn McClure | ESPN.com At least one Atlanta Falcon believes the offensive line will be just fine next season. Outspoken wide receiver Roddy White took to Twitter on Wednesday and voiced his support of the line and new offensive line coach Mike Tice going into the 2014 season. "Mike Tice will make a tremendous difference for our Oline when we get bake (Sam Baker) back we will be fine that's the same line that won 13 games," he tweeted. White even assumed a front-offi
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