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This is that scrum from the last night's game that started after Atlanta tried for an onside kick for a chance to score a TD with the 2-point conversion and tie the game.
Here's Dre' Bly playing for the San Francisco 49ers jumping a route against Atlanta but dude decided to showboat before successfully eluding capture.
Let’s just say the Patriots-Broncos game could make this a bitter affair.
T.O. gave his take on the matter, but Commissioner Roger Goddell obviously didn't take his advice under advisement.
Michael Vick plans to work 40 hours a week at a construction company upon his release from prison, according to statements Vick's lawyer made in a bankruptcy court appearance yesterday.
When Michael Vick finishes up his time as a guest of the federal government, he's expecting to go back into the NFL and score one more payday before his career goes the way of.
Most of you remember former Falcons running back Jamal Anderson as the proprietor of the "Dirty Bird," that variation of the Chicken Dance that was all the rage during Atlanta's run to Super Bowl XXXIII.
Falcons safety Lawyer Milloy was arrested on charges of driving under the influence early this morning.
Despite having a new, fresh-faced Caucasian quarterback in Matt Ryan and first-year head coach, or perhaps because of them, the Atlanta Falcons are having trouble selling out their first home game this Saturday against Detroit.
Top Falcons draft picks Matt Ryan and Sam Baker received a hearty welcome to Atlanta, where they were quickly shuffled to the theater to stand in front of the cast of Oklahoma.
Amidst all this talk of potential labor strife and rookie salary capping, The Atlanta Falcons signed Matt Ryan to a six-year deal yesterday that would make me hate my life if it weren't for the fact that I don't consider professional athletes to be real human beings, and that's not necessarily an insult.
Superstud Arkansas running back Darren McFadden turned in one of the most impressive performances of the scouting combine when he ran a blistering 4.
According to the San Diego Union Tribune, the Atlanta Falcons are trying to get their third choice for a new head coach, Marty Schottenheimer, and his former cohort in San Diego, current Chargers' Assistant GM Buddy Nix.
This story is a couple days old now, but it's the kind of uplifting turn of events we need to cleanse our palates of the cynicism that crept into our lives with the Mitchell Report.
Falcons head coach Bobby Petrino resigned abruptly yesterday to return to the college ranks and coach Arkansas.