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  1. Funny considering the other post here but I’d consider this a legit source: https://www.si.com/nfl/broncos/.amp/news/broncos-falcons-draft-trade-trey-lance-justin-fields-rumors ”According to Paige, new Broncos general manager George Paton holds "Mile High regard" for two quarterbacks in particular: Ohio State's Justin Fields and North Dakota State's Trey Lance, both of whom he's watched up close and personal this offseason. Paton, per Paige, slightly prefers Fields and "could do the [trade] deal if he’s willing to pay the price."”
  2. NFL draft information trade: How teams gather draft day intel | SI.com Ian Rapoport found himself in an uncomfortable position. The NFL draft was due to start in a matter of hours, and one team’s general manager was asking him to play the role of carrier pigeon. “I need you to tell [a second GM] that I’m not going to draft [a specific first-round prospect],” the GM told him. Rapoport, an insider for NFL Network, didn’t know what to make of this request, and he didn’t want to do it. Just tell him you spoke to me, the GM insisted, and this is what I wanted him to know. Rapoport agr
  3. THE FALCONS’ OFFENSE FINDS ITS WINGS Know who’s one of the best assistant coaches in the NFL right now? That’s right—Atlanta OC Steve Sarkisian, as you all expected during that Thursday night opener. The Falcons are fifth in the NFL in total offense and just 3.6 yards per game off the torrid pace that the Kyle Shanahan-fueled Atlanta attack of 2016 set. And they’ve gotten there with a similar approach to the one that Sarkisian’s predecessor deployed, which is to attack from every angle and at all times. Take the end of Sunday’s blowout win over the Redskins and their well-regar
  4. The Steelers play the Falcons on Sunday, which isn’t great for those of us who predicted those teams would also play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. The face-off means one of those teams will enter Week 6 with just one win. In the NFL’s modern era, only 12 teams have made the playoffs after winning just one of their first five games, and only two of those teams—the ’76 Steelers and ’02 Titans—made it past the divisional round. Bad defense is behind these clubs’ disappointing starts. Let’s examine the problems and, more importantly, the solutions. STEELERS The problem: Everyone
  5. GREG A. BEDARD SI.com To explain how center Alex Mack has become a crucial figure in the juggernaut that is the 2016 Falcons’ offense, you have to start with something surprising—something that isn’t exactly typical among the league’s top offensive line iceboxes. You have to start with ... running. In 2009, after Cleveland had made Mack the 21st pick in the NFL draft, out of Cal, teammate Joe Thomas was perplexed by Mack’s behavior during one of the team's first off-season practices. Mack’s arrival had coincided with the hiring of coach Eric Mangini, who, like his mentor, the Patriot
  6. Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar has written a new column setting forth how he would build his "Dream Coaching Staff" http://www.si.com/article-list/best-nfl-coaches-bill-belichick-bruce-arians-wade-phillips Dan Quinn was one of eleven coaches named. Click to read the article. Here's the DQ piece:
  7. http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_rumors/view/418571-can-6-foot-8-toilolo-fill-gonzalezs-shoes Can 6-foot-8 Toilolo fill Gonzalez's shoes? 07:35 AM ET 05.30 | Among the Year 2 breakout candidates, former Stanford standout Levine Toilolo of the Atlanta Falconshas bigger shoes to fill than most. Last year, Toilolo played and learned behind Tony Gonzalez, one of the best tight ends of all-time. With Gonzalez retired, Toilolo becomes the starter. At 6081 -- 260, he has the size and athleticism to create a lot of mismatches. As a rookie, Tiololo had 11 catches and two touchdowns. While I d
  8. Now Is Julio’s Time To Rise Up By Sergio - Sep 10th, 2013 at 8:57 pm People who didn’t know how important Roddy White was to this offense got a good idea of how much against the Saints. Acting as a decoy for the entire game, White finished with two catches for 19 yards. This is a man with a reputation for torching the Saints, and seeing him at less than full-strength for one of the most intense rivalries in the NFL was saddening for every fan that bleeds Red n’ Black. It’s obvious that the offense is not as smooth with him hindered. He has a streak of 128 consecutive games, so I’m sure he’
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