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  1. “I think everything is in consideration....We’re going to have to make some hard decisions on some players on this roster.” ~Terry Fontenot
  2. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/07/24/julio-jones-wants-3000-yards-this-season/ It didn’t take Julio Jones long to become one of the NFL’s best receivers, and in the past five seasons, the Falcons wideout has two All-Pro nods and five Pro Bowls. So when Jones insists he’s going to go “crazy” this season, it’s hard not to believe him. “I’m not ever going to lie to you; I’m going crazy this year,” Jones told D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution after his podium session Wednesday. “I’m going crazy. I’ve been doing everything that I need to do. I’m tak
  3. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/06/01/matt-ryan-more-throwing-on-the-move-a-good-fit/ There’s a new offensive coordinator in Atlanta this season and that means quarterback Matt Ryan is going to have to incorporate some different things into his game. High on that list is the rise in the number of plays that call on Ryan to make throws while on the move out of the pocket. Ryan has attempted just over 93 percent of his passes from the pocket over the last three seasons, but Kyle Shanahan’s scheme has called for quarterbacks to show more mobility. Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports that
  4. http://profootballta...reseason-debut/ Falcons’ backup running backs impress in preseason debut Posted by Michael David Smith on August 9, 2014, 12:08 PM EDT AP The Falcons first-string running back, Steven Jackson, missed the preseason opener while nursing a hamstring injury, and Jacquizz Rodgers, who started in place of Jackson, struggled. But the Falcons liked what they saw of backup running backs Devonta Freeman and Antone Smith. Freeman entered the game in the second quarter and had outstanding numbers, finishing with 50 yards on 10 carries, while also adding a 57-yard catch. Smith spen
  5. Texans, Rams really want to trade down Posted by Mike Florio on May 6, 2014, 10:17 PM EDT The Texans and the Rams hold the first two picks in the draft. And there’s a growing sense that both teams really want to trade down. The thinking in some league circles is that the Texans would like to trade down and take linebacker Khalil Mack. The thinking is that the Rams would like to trade back and select tackle Jake Matthews. With the draft less than two days away, the question of whether either or both teams can trade down remains murky. Look for both teams to keep trying to make a move up unt
  6. The guy said some pretty powerful stuff about his QB.
  7. http://profootballta...king-top-teams/ Posted by Darin Gantt on December 17, 2012, 2:26 PM EST Getty Images The Falcons have been playing good football for several years, but they’re no longer worried about playing other good football teams. Flush with confidence after thrashing the defending champion Giants yesterday, Falcons wide receiver Roddy White said he could sense a difference in this year’s version compared to past teams which earned a front-runner label. “I told them early in the locker room, ‘We can’t keep ducking people and say, We don’t want to play these guys, we don’t want to p
  8. Matt Ryan lets the expletives fly, too Posted by Mike Florio on October 2, 2012, 7:16 AM EDT AP During Sunday’s win over the Bills, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a message for no one in particular after his touchdown run was upheld via replay review: “F–k you ******.” As it turns out, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had a similar message for the Panthers after Atlanta came back and won the game at the Georgia Dome: “Get the f–k off our field!“ Ryan doesn’t usually demonstrate that kind of emotion. And that could be one of the reasons why he doesn’t get the kind of attention that he argu
  9. Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones recorded 54 catches for 959 yards and eight touchdowns during his rookie season, despite missing three games. The Falcons expect growth from Jones in his second year and incumbent top receiver Roddy White anticipates a lesser role for himself, which suggests Jones may be the focal point of Atlanta’s new offense. Appearing on SportsCenter Wednesday, ESPN’s Jerry Rice nominated Jones as his top breakout wide receiver for 2012. “I love this kid,” said Rice. “He’s awesome. He’s big, he’s fast. … I think he’s gonna have a breakout season this coming year.” Jones ra
  10. AP With the Bucs rebuilding, the Panthers building, and the Saints potentially disintegrating, many think the Falcons could easily capture the NFC South title. Falcons coach Mike Smith isn’t among the many. During a conference call held in connection with the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe (which will be televised, by the way, by NBC), Smith said that the division is wide open. “I know that the NFC South has been one the most competitive divisions for a number of years,” Smith said, via D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Most certainly befor
  11. Reducing his carries and keeping his legs fresh is a good idea, Smitty.
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