Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta Falcons’

Antonio Brown tells Julio Jones ‘to look up the stats’

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

A first-round draft choice from Alabama in the 2011 NFL Draft, Jones has caught 797 passes for 12,125 yards and 57 touchdowns in 126 regular-season games and 61 passes for 834 yards and six touchdowns in eight postseason contests. Brown has received six Pro Bowl invitations and been selected first-team All-Pro four times. Jones has received seven Pro Bowl invitations and been selected first-team All-Pro twice.

Falcons’ Arthur Blank Believes NFL Will Play 16-Game Season Despite COVID-19

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank was optimistic that the NFL will be "fine" and able to carry out a 16-game 2020 regular-season despite the coronavirus pandemic while speaking with NBC Sports' Peter King for his weekly Football Morning in America column: "If I had to speculate now, and I use the word speculate because that's really all it is, I would say yes. Only because it's so far away from where we are today.

Julio Jones helped Falcons land Todd Gurley

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

The dude that came over to my house as soon as I got cut – Julio,” Gurley said. Julio and Deandre, they both pulled up to the house and came and checked up on me. Chopping it up with Julio.

Tom Brady Posts Photos of Rewatching Patriots’ Super Bowl Win vs. Falcons

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is in the stage of the breakup where he's choosing to remember the good times. Brady posted Sunday on Instagram he was watching a replay of the New England Patriots' Super Bowl LI victory over the Atlanta Falcons. In that game, New England overcame a 28-3 deficit in the third quarter to prevail 34-28 in overtime.

Tom Brady practicing social distancing by rewatching 28-3 Super Bowl LI comeback vs. Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

The global coronavirus pandemic essentially has created a complete void in live sports television programming. There's NASCAR iRacing and … well … nothing else. So, even Tom Brady has looked for alternative viewing options to stay occupied and entertained while social distancing.

Updated Falcons depth chart: Reynolds, Robinson add depth at linebacker

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

After losing De’Vondre Campbell in free agency, the Falcons were thin at the linebacker position behind Deion Jones and Foye Oluokun. In the second phase of free agency the Falcons added linebacker LaRoy Reynolds and Edmond Robinson to provide depth. They also can add additional linebackers in the draft, which is set for April 23-25, and in the undrafted rookie class.

What defensive free agents could the Falcons pursue in the second wave?

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

He’s not quite the same rusher he was at Seattle’s peak, but with Fowler in tow, he wouldn’t have to be the top option anymore. If Adrian Clayborn isn’t to return (something we’d certainly welcome), Bennett could play the same role in a scheme he’s more than familiar with with a coach in Quinn he’s spoken highly of in the past. Signing a veteran rusher like Bennett could complete the team’s revamped exterior pass rush and allow them to focus on the defensive tackle group in the draft.

WATCH: Todd Gurley, Scott Sinclair providing good Georgia football fan

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

With everyone looking and trying to adjust to the new normal we're living in, any good news is certainly welcome. And over the past couple of weeks, Todd Gurley and Scott Sinclair have been able to provide that to a number of people who follow Georgia football. Gurley signed with the Atlanta Falcons, meaning he'll be making a return of sorts to the state of Georgia to play football.

Falcons’ Unique Approach to Team-Building

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

After watching the Atlanta Falcons put together an offense overflowing with former first-round picks, Bucky Brooks is convinced Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff are pushing all of their chips into the center of the table and gambling on their high-powered attack outscoring opponents on the way to a playoff berth. Studying the Falcons offensive lineup, the team could trot out an "11" personnel package with a former first-rounder at every spot: QB: Matt Ryan (No.

Falcons’ Unique Approach to Team-Building

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

After watching the Atlanta Falcons put together an offense overflowing with former first-round picks, Bucky Brooks is convinced Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff are pushing all of their chips into the center of the table and gambling on their high-powered attack outscoring opponents on the way to a playoff berth. Studying the Falcons offensive lineup, the team could trot out an "11" personnel package with a former first-rounder at every spot: QB: Matt Ryan (No.