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Ryan did get hurt bigtime at the end of the game... it could have been worse but it seems he will not need surgery..

I was worried there when he got rolled.

i will officially morn our loss until after the superbowl.. then I will await the draft and see what our re aranged coaching staff puts together for next season...


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Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan suffered a sprained left shoulder during Sunday's NFC Championship Game, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Ryan was diagnosed with a sprained AC joint but will not need surgery, according to the source. The two-time Pro Bowler popped his shoulder back into place and may not need an MRI on Monday.

The 27-year-old Ryan suffered the injury in the second half of Atlanta's 28-24 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He was in visible pain during the latter stages of the fourth quarter and was seen leaving the locker room with his arm in a sling.

Despite passing for a postseason franchise-record 396 yards and three touchdowns, Ryan committed two costly turnovers in the second half.

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Matt is tough as nails, always gets back up and keeps going no matter what. Even when you-know-who was paying bounties for injuries to opposing players.

Thank you, Matt, for all you've done for our team and our city these past 5 years. You and Smitty came in when we were at the bottom of the barrel post-Petrino and a q/b who ran a criminal dog-fighting syndicate. You lifted us up (to be a bit corny, on wings) and have kept us soaring ever higher. We reached a historic event this afternoon, and with your help we will do it again -- and win and win and win!

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