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  1. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/chris-lindstrom-i-want-to-win-a-super-bowl-and-be-the-best-guard-in-nfl When running through each rep at practice or a workout, Chris Lindstrom asks himself two questions: Is this decision making me a better football player? Is it helping make my team better? The 23-year-old is serious about his approach to the game and his quest to bring a Lombardi Trophy to Atlanta. He also has an ambitious personal goal, too. "I want to try and be the best guard in the NFL, I want to try and be the best player that I can be," Lindstrom said. "We w
  2. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/dirk-koetter-falcons-offense-played-its-worst-game No **** Sherlock! The Falcons’ offense appeared to be hitting their stride heading into the Week 7 matchup with the Rams. That changed on Sunday afternoon at Mercedes-Benz Stadium when Wade Phillips and the Rams’ defense gave Atlanta all they could handle. “We didn’t play well in any areas of the game on offense,” offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter said on Monday. “We played our worst game of the year. We didn’t execute well across the board.”
  3. Dan Quinn names six Falcons players who have stood out so far FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Prior to the start of the Falcons’ offseason program, Dan Quinn named the five players he was hoping to see step up. On offense, it was Jake Matthews and Calvin Ridley. On defense, it was Takk McKinely, Vic Beasley and Isaiah Oliver. Four out of five of those players were present for the entire offseason program. Beasley opted to not attend any of the voluntary workouts but was present for mandatory minicamp. Quinn and his coaching staff spent the last two months working with
  4. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/thomas-dimitroff-on-the-moment-he-realized-who-the-falcons-will-take-in-2019-nfl FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – In the middle of an early morning workout on Thursday morning, it all clicked for Thomas Dimitroff in terms of what the Falcons will do with the No. 14 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. “I’m thinking, ‘Yeah, this is [the] person we’re going to take,’” Dimitroff said. “It’s kind of interesting when it hits you.” Going into his 12th draft as Atlanta’s general manger, Dimitroff has this down to a science. A week
  5. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/dan-quinn-believes-isaiah-oliver-is-ready-to-thrive-in-bigger-role NDIANAPOLIS – When the Falcons drafted Isaiah Oliver with their second-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, it appears they had one eye on the present and the other on the future. At the time, the Falcons had both of their starting quarterbacks from the 2017 season returning in Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford. Fast-forward a year and the Falcons released Alford on Feb. 5 with all signs pointing to Oliver being the player who could assume the starting jo
  6. https://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/how-the-falcons-austin-hooper-worked-his-way-to-becoming-a-pro-bowl-alternate-in Kelsey Conway AtlantaFalcons.com reporter 4-5 minutes FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – If the Falcons season ended today, it would be hard to argue against tight end Austin Hooper being named Atlanta’s most improved player. RELATED CONTENT Hooper is playing the best football of his career and it hasn’t gone unnoticed by his peers as the third-year tight end was named an alternate for the 2019 Pro Bowl. Ready for the scary part? He’s only 24-years-o
  7. Keys to Victory: Falcons vs. Chargers Posted 18 hours ago Kelsey Conway AtlantaFalcons.com Twitter Head Coach Dan Quinn provided his insight on what his team must do to defeat the San Diego Chargers at the Georgia Dome on Sunday The Ball As it has been every week, the ball will continue to be the main emphasis in Sunday’s game. Offensively, the Falcons will need to continue with their high regard for the football as San Diego has forced 11 turnovers on the year. Defensively, the ball-hawking mentality will be in fu
  8. http://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/blog/article-1/White-More-Animated-and-Energetic-in-Approach/84432b7a-8536-4c0c-bc58-35404b7dbaa0
  9. Q: After being able to watch a full practice, what is your impression of the 2015 Falcons? 
 AM: Not to knock the energy level of last year, but this is at a complete other level. It’s very different. I know that Seattle has been using a DJ before, but in 21 years of covering NFL practices; I have never actually seen a DJ spinning music at practice. When I talked to O’Brien Schofield and he said that guys ask him everyday, “Is this real, is this really happening?” I think players are really buying into the energy that Dan Quinn and his staff have here in Atlanta. And I think that is one of
  10. KC: What are some of the specific things you are looking for from Dan Quinn and the Falcons as you watch practice today? PK: I think one of the interesting things when a new coach comes in, especially a coach particularly on one side of the ball, is that I want to see Dan Quinn’s defensive personality. I really thought that there was a disconnect between the coaching staff and a lot of the players in terms of how aggressive an NFL defense should be and has to be. And I think that Dan Quinn has come in and basically said to these guys, ‘we are going to be the most attacking team in football.’
  11. The Falcons wrapped up the second day of XFINITY® Training Camp in front of a large crowd of fans Saturday morning. Although the team will not be in full-pads until Monday’s practice, head coach Dan Quinn showed excitement about what he has seen thus far. While implementing a new high-tempo practice style, the energetic coach puts his players in different situations that allows him to make specific evaluations. When asked who the biggest surprise of camp has been, Quinn didn’t just mention one or two names. Instead, he changed the format of the question to key-in on a group of people that
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