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  • LB Schiller Featured in NY Times Magazine

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Falcons fans may know practice squad linebacker Pat Schiller as the quiet, emotionless guy in the back of D-Block who doesn’t move and isn’t allowed to talk. But there’s plenty more to know about Schiller, who has experienced every emotion available during his trip to this point in his career. New York Times Magazine featured [...]

  • Spoon, Samuel Held Out Thursday

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Things were looking up for LB Sean Weatherspoon on Wednesday and then took a turn Thursday as he was listed on the Piedmont Healthcare Injury Report as “Did Not Participate” with the same ankle injury that kept him out the past three games plus an illness, which is new to the report. Samuel also did [...]

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers Injury Report

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Click here to see the Falcons’ Piedmont Healthcare Injury Report FRIDAY Did Not Participate S Cody Grimm – Hamstring (Out) Limited Participation CB Eric Wright – Achilles (Questionable) Full Participation S Ahmad Black – Illness (Probable) DE Aaron Morgan – Shoulder (Probable) WR Tiquan Underwood – Head (Probable) DE Michael Bennett – Shoulder (Probable) CB [...]

  • Was Chris Owens Last Sunday’s Savior?

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Chris Owens is always on the lookout for shenanigans When looking at Sunday’s 23-19 win over the Arizona Cardinals, you might point to the 1-yard touchdown run by Michael Turner as the saving moment of the game as it proved to be the one that lifted the Falcons. But perhaps you might overlook Chris Owens’ [...]

  • Spoon Tells Media He’s Back

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon spoke to the media for the first time in weeks Wednesday afternoon, and before stepping in front of the cameras, he stepped into a large brown jumpsuit he called his “coming-back-to-work-suit.” Shortly after, Spoon proclaimed that he’s back. “Yeah, I’m ready to go,” Weatherspoon said. “I’ll be out there at practice today.” [...]

  • Rankings Roundup: Falcons Mostly Maintain

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Below is a look at some power rankings from around the Web. The Falcons fell a spot to No. 3 in Bleacher Report’s power rankings while they maintained across the board in the rest of the rankings. Power Rankings – “Big ups to the Atlanta Falcons’ defense. Mike Nolan’s unit continually bailed out Matt [...]

  • Falcons Fan Puts on a Show During Tailgate

    2 years, 3 months ago

    If you’re lucky enough to be tailgating in the Yellow Lot on any gameday at the Georgia Dome, make a point to stop by the ATL Falcoholics setup and you’ll find Mark Cooper there entertaining and feeding the masses. Cooper and his group showed us amazing hospitality as we sought them out for our new [...]

  • Smith Confident in Injury Outlook This Week

    2 years, 3 months ago

    Head coach Mike Smith said during his weekly day-after press conference that the injury outlook this week looks much better than it has in past weeks, even after Julio Jones, Asante Samuel and Peria Jerry all went out with injuries during Sunday’s win over the Cardinals. Peria Jerry left the game with a thigh injury [...]

  • Falcons Get Job Done on the Ground

    2 years, 3 months ago

    The situation was so close to identical, it was eerie. Facing a game-winning situation from the 1-yard line, the Falcons lined up Sunday just the way they had a week before with the game on the line. The play call was the same — Michael Turner up left guard. Last week, it was stuffed. On [...]

  • Playing Time Percentage: Falcons vs. Cardinals

    2 years, 3 months ago

    CB Asante Samuel played just 28 percent of Sunday’s snaps, his time limited by a shoulder injury. He played 98 percent of the defensive snaps the week before. Below are the playing time percentages and number of snaps each of the Falcons played in Sunday’s game. (ST = special teams) Playing Time Percentage Offense T [...]

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