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  • Teams Can Contact Free Agents This Weekend

    1 year, 11 months ago

    The free agency period — that is, the time teams can begin officially signing players whose contracts have expired with other teams — gets started Tuesday, March 12, but beginning at midnight Saturday, teams can enter into negotiations with players who will become unrestricted free agents. It’s a new negotiating period that the league has [...]

  • Mock Monitor 5.0

    1 year, 11 months ago

    UCLA DE Datone Jones makes his Mock Monitor debut — along with other new players, positions and even scenarios If you were looking for more clarity in the first post-Combine Mock Monitor, I apologize for being the bearer of bad news. Not only is there less clarity than the week before the Combine, there are [...]

  • Ewing, Cone Tackle Issue of Bullying

    1 year, 11 months ago

    Falcons wide receiver Kevin Cone and fullback Bradie Ewing are spending their offseason trying to make a difference in a lot of ways. The two community-minded players recently tackled the issue of bullying at Cedar Shoals High School in Athens, Ga., speaking to 290 freshman during an assembly. The freshman-only event targeted youth early in [...]

  • Turner Thanks Falcons on Facebook Page

    2 years ago

    Michael Turner took a moment Friday to thank fans and the Falcons organization on his official Facebook page after news of his release hit. Click the image below to visit Turner’s Facebook page.

  • Dimitroff: A Lot of Thought Went Into Friday’s Moves

    2 years ago

    The Falcons started the weekend by announcing some tough decisions, that the team would be parting ways with veterans Michael Turner, John Abraham and Dunta Robinson. Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff joined the media on the phone Friday afternoon to discuss the moves, which he called difficult decisions yet thoughtful ones. “I want to begin [...]

  • Smith to be Inducted into ETSU Hall of Fame

    2 years ago

    Head coach Mike Smith’s extremely successful career with the Falcons has been well documented. He’s already the winningest coach in franchise history. He’s led the team to five consecutive winning seasons for the first time in franchise history. He’s produced four playoff appearances in five years. The list goes on. Turns out, the seeds of [...]

  • Dimitroff Happy With Talent Available in Draft

    2 years ago

    Less than 24 hours after the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine came to a close, Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff is already back in Flowery Branch, hard at work breaking down the numbers and figures from more than 300 players that worked out in Indianapolis over the weekend and early part of this week. Sitting at [...]

  • Mock Monitor 4.0

    2 years ago

    With the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine wrapping up today, the mock drafts were quiet this week as the experts take in all the talent available in this year’s draft class. Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert is still the majority pick, now for the third week in a row, as there was only one change [...]

  • Gonzalez Changed the Way Falcons View Tight Ends

    2 years ago

    Four years ago when Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff made the trade for future Hall-of-Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez, he knew what he was getting — a hard-worker whose career resume spoke for itself. What Dimitroff may not have expected was how Gonzalez would change his own perceptions of the tight end position and how [...]

  • Falcons Confident Matt Ryan Extension Will Get Done

    2 years ago

    Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff knows that a big to-do for him in the next year is to lock quarterback Matt Ryan up into a contract extension as it expires after next season. But Dimitroff said Friday at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine that he’s sure a deal will get done at some point in [...]

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