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  1. Atlanta Falcons (Last Year: 6-10) 2015 NFL Season Preview: Veteran Additions: WR Leonard Hankerson, TE Tony Moeaki, TE Jacob Tamme, OT Tyler Polumbus, G Chris Chester, G Mike Person, DE Adrian Clayborn, DE O'Brien Schofield, OLB Brooks Reed, OLB Justin Durant, CB Phillip Adams. Early Draft Picks: DE/OLB Vic Beasley, CB Jalen Collins, RB Tevin Coleman, WR Justin Hardy, DT Grady Jarrett. Falcons Rookie Forecast Offseason Losses: RB Steven Jackson, RB Jacquizz Rodgers, WR Harry Douglas, TE Bear Pascoe, OT Sam Baker, G Justin Blalock, G Gabe Carimi, DT Corey Peters, OLB Sean Weatherspoon, O
  2. During the first half of the 2014 college football season, West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White dominated the competition. He was ripping off huge yardage and catch totals on a weekly basis, and teams were completely incapable of taking him out of the game. That changed when he went up against TCU cornerback Kevin White. While the Horned Frogs sent some safety help over the top with bracket coverage, TCU's White had a superb game going against one of the best receivers in college football; he held the Mountaineer play-maker had only three receptions for 28 yards. In 2014, the senior cornerb
  3. Last year, we started a series of articles on why certain prospects went undrafted. In that series, I reach out to sources with NFL teams to find out why their organizations passed on drafting a given player, and/or, what were the reasons for other teams to pass on that prospect. We got a lot of positive reader feedback about the series, so we decided to expand in the genre to investigate why some prospects slid in the draft. Throughout the lead-up to the 2015 NFL Draft, Indiana running back Tevin Coleman was considered to be a likely second-round pick. For the Hoosiers, Coleman was a big-pl
  4. Something to talk about besides just this year's draft. Keep in mind that this is purely subjective on his part, but also feel free to input your own choice. I'll only paste his Falcons choice, and you can go to the link to check the rest. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan - 3rd-Overall Pick, 2008 The Falcons don't have a rich draft history, and this came down to Jamal Anderson and Deion Sanders to go with Ryan. However, Sanders played great years in San Francisco and Dallas, while Anderson had a brilliant season but didn't produce the amount of playoff appearances that Ryan has. The greatest st
  5. Atlanta Falcons: The feeling from the combine says the Atlanta Falcons have a 50/50 chance of re-signing starting center Joe Hawley.
  6. Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama Height: 6-4. Weight: 320. Projected 40 Time: 5.35. Projected Round (2013): 2-3. 5/15/12: The "tattooed monster from down under" has some shear power and quickness. The Australian didn't start playing football until he was 15 years old. He played a couple seasons of community college before breaking into the lineup as a junior for Alabama. In 2011, he had 24 tackles with four tackles for a loss and half a sack. He was a starting five-technique defensive end and moved inside to tackle as part of a four-man front in pass rushing situations. Williams should take
  7. Easy Change Could Improve Falcons' Pass Rush Published July 22, 2012 By Charlie Campbell - @draftcampbell One of the biggest weakness for the Atlanta Falcons during the 2011 season was a lack of pass rush. The Falcons switched defensive coordinators from Brian VanGorder to Mike Nolan and a simple scheme change could make Atlanta's pass rush all the more potent. ESPN's NFC South expert Pat Yasinskas points out that the Falcons had star pass rushing defensive end John Abraham drop into pass coverage more than any defensive linemen in the NFL. Despite that mind-boggling strategy, Abraham totaled
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