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Make Snelling the main back since he doesn't shy away from contact & let Turner be the change of pace back. He's been running out of bounds a lot recently & tiptoeing in the backfield. (That is if Turner's groin injury isn't serious)

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Make Snelling the main back since he doesn't shy away from contact & let Turner be the change of pace back. He's been running out of bounds a lot recently & tiptoeing in the backfield. (That is if Turner's groin injury isn't serious)

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Norwood is finished. A RB with a chronic hip problem + a torn ACL = Death Sentence in the NFL.

Time to free up his roster spot with someone that can contribute. He will be released by the end of the week.

Really, now? I'm glad you're here with insider information about what the Falcons organization plans to do.

I doubt we straight up release him. We'll attempt to trade him for something before we just release him, and I'd imagine we hang on to him, anyway.

We can just put him on IR if he's that injured, right?

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Really, now? I'm glad you're here with insider information about what the Falcons organization plans to do.

I doubt we straight up release him. We'll attempt to trade him for something before we just release him, and I'd imagine we hang on to him, anyway.

We can just put him on IR if he's that injured, right?

Sooo.... What kind of value do you think you can get for a RB with a chronic hip flexor problem, and now with a knee injury that required him to be carted off the field.

Yea let's keep him on the roster the rest of the season, and take up that roster spot while he wont be on the field the rest of the season. That makes sense.

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