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  • Smith Still Optimistic About White for Weekend

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Head coach Mike Smith reiterated Wednesday as he gave his first injury report of the regular season that, barring any setbacks in his return, wide receiver Roddy White is expected to be available to play Sunday’s season opener at New Orleans. Click here to view the official Falcons injury report White was limited in practice [...]

  • Trueblood Looking to Catch Up Quickly

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Jeremy Trueblood’s phone rang Sunday night, just after the Falcons were done announcing the team’s practice squad, with news of an opportunity in Atlanta. The former second-round pick of the Tampa Bay Bucs in 2006 was very familiar with the organization on the other end of the phone and, not long after being cut by [...]

  • Falcons Release First Regular Season Depth Chart

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Cuts have been made and the Falcons are at 53 players, which means there’s been some shifting around on the depth chart. Click here to view the latest depth chart Here are a few of the notable changes: Wide receiver Harry Douglas is listed as the punt returner for the Falcons, with rookie Robert Alford [...]

  • Power Rankings Roundup: Week 1

    1 year, 3 months ago

    The regular season power rankings around the NFL have been hitting the Web today and we’re compiling some of the most popular here, with the Falcons’ placement in each. Week 1 Outlet This Week’s Rank Last Week’s Rank Comments NFL.com 4 — “Atlanta had a crappy 0-4 preseason. What else is new? The Falcons stunk [...]

  • Worrilow Updates Jersey Number

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Not long after cuts, rookie linebacker Paul Worrilow has decided to change his jersey number. Now a member of the Falcons’ 53-man roster, Worrilow has changed his number from 49 to 55. The number was last worn by undrafted rookie linebacker Nick Clancy, who was part of the Falcons’ cuts down to 75 players. Before [...]

  • Vaughan Hoping Phone Doesn’t Ring This Time

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Josh Vaughan knows all too well about what happens from here. A member of the Tampa Bay Bucs and Carolina Panthers before signing on with the Falcons during the regular season in 2012 as a member of the practice squad, Vaughan has been here before. He finishes the preseason and the phone rings — never [...]

  • No Anxiety For Banks as Preseason Closes

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Before Thursday’s game, linebacker Brian Banks had a very special moment. He’s experienced so many personal and professional milestones since he was signed by the Falcons in March and Thursday night was another chance. After going through 10 years of his freedom — and what was a promising football career coming out of high school [...]

  • Yasinskas Makes Big Prediction About Falcons

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Friend-of-the-site Pat Yasinskas, he of the ESPN.com NFC South blog, has come out with a prediction today, and it’s a pretty good one. Now, we’ve seen in the past where pundits have picked the Falcons to win the big one, so it’s becoming more and more of the norm — which is a great thing [...]

  • Banks: Five Things About My Teammates

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Each of the past three weeks, I’ve tried to bring you something fresh and new as I’ve asked select players to tell me five things that they think you, the fans, should know about their teammates. Last week, we featured Corey Peters’ four things you should know about his teammates — because Corey and I [...]

  • Johnson Looking to do Big Things in Finale

    1 year, 3 months ago

    Each year, there’s always one or two players that inspire those, “Who the heck was that?” moments. First, it was undrafted linebacker Paul Worrilow and his 11-tackle performance against Cincinnati in the first week of the preseason. During Saturday’s loss to the Titans, it was wide receiver Darius Johnson who came out of nowhere to [...]

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