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ATLANTA, MARCH 8 – The Atlanta Falcons issued a statement this afternoon stating that they have “come to terms” with running back Jason Snelling.
Snelling has quietly become one of the NFL’s premier change-of-pace backs. His versatility has set him up to flourish catching passes out of the backfield, blocking from the fullback position and running between the tackles in a bruising fashion.
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Atlanta Falcons running back Jason Snelling signed a three-year deal to remain with the team on Thursday.
Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Snelling, who was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent, rushed 44 times for 151 yards and reeled in 26 receptions for 179 yards in 15 games last season.
Snelling was selected in the seventh round of the 2007 draft by the Falcons.
Was Julio Jones worth the pick? Is what many fans of the Atlanta Falcons must be thinking as they have no first round pick in the 2012 NFL draft. The Falcons finished the regular season 10-6 and clinched the No. 5 seed in the playoffs only to be knocked out in the first round for
ATLANTA, March 7—This afternoon the Atlanta Falcons announced that they have come to terms with emerging defensive end Kroy Biermann.
Biermann’s potential has been touted since he was drafted in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL draft out of Montana. This upcoming season will be his “go” time as the sentiment continues to grow that Pro Bowl veteran John Abraham will not return...
Snelling avoids free agency and is back in the fold
The Falcons have been busy this week. Free Agency officially begins March 13th at 4 PM EST so the team has been working hard to get some of it's key free agents under contract. As we know, Brent Grimes was the first as he was franchised. Then the Falcons re-signed safety Thomas Decoud and pass rusher and one-time kick-off artist...
The Atlanta Falcons locked up one of their most promising young defensive linemen when end Kroy Biermann agreed to a new three-year contract on Wednesday, FOXSports.com has learned.
Biermann, a fifth-round pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, has been an up-and-coming player in the Falcons' defensive line rotation and also is a key special teams contributor. He has played in 64 NFL games...
The Atlanta Falcons have re-signed veteran defensive end Kroy Biermann to a three-year contract. He was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent March 13. The 6-foot-3, 255-pound former fifth-round draft pick from Montana has recorded 132 tackles, 12 1/2 sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and two interception returns for touchdowns in four NFL seasons. He has started...
We talked last week about the signing of Kroy Biermann being "imminent". Well today was that day. Biermann signed a three-year contract that could be worth up to $12 million. The Biermann signing comes on the heels of the Falcons also locking up safety Thomas Decoud. These aren't earth shattering signing like a Mario Williams signing would be but they are both needed...
The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms on a contract extension with running back Jason Snelling. Terms were not disclosed. A 2007 seventh-round pick out of Virginia, the 5-foot-11, 229-pound Snelling has 301 carries for 1,193 yards with seven touchdowns and 108 receptions for 830 yards and five touchdowns out of the backfield during his five-year career with the Falcons. Snelling...
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Every season each team has a few players who unexpectedly make that jump from a guy on the team to an impact player, and every season each team has a few players who need to make that jump to keep their jobs. The Falcons have had their share of players in the last few years - Brent Grimes, Jason Snelling, Corey Peters - who...
According to the Atlanta Falcons official Twitter page, they have re-signed running back Jason Snelling. We don’t have the details of the contract at this time.
Snelling signed a one-year deal last offseason to stay in Atlanta and has shown that he’s a viable third-down back that can help take some of the load off of Michael Turner.
Earlier this week, Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson signed off on some tweaks to his contract that will save the Falcons $1.75 million in cap space this year according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com. Robinson waived a $3 million option bonus that was about to come due and also agreed to lower his base salary for this year by $1 million. But Robinson gets some benefits in return. His...
With free agency less than a week away, Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network believes the Atlanta Falcons will make a strong run at Texans defensive end/linebacker Mario Williams.
“Look for Falcons to make a strong run for him. … I’d look for them to be aggressive,” said LaCanfora, per Evan Silva.
The Falcons will likely let veteran John Abraham walk in free agency since he’s...
I spoke with former Bengal Reggie Kelly, one of the nicest NFL players you could ever meet, for my upcoming book and asked him about a number of football-related topics, including our beloved Bengals. Kelly was a solid contributor, a standout blocker, and a stabilizing force for Cincinnati during his time in black and orange. [...]
Welcome back to my newest Mock Off-Season where we look at not just draft picks but also free agent signings. Their are going to be quite a few changes since last time. Since my last update the Falcons have franchised CB Brent Grimes, signed exclusive rights free agents Michael Palmer and Antone Smith, and finally they re-signed FS Thomas Decoud. As of right now Grimes' has not...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Atlanta Falcons worked out free agent linebacker Lofa Tatupu on Friday.
Just last month, Tatupu worked out for the Saints and Titans. In the end, it looks like neither team was interested.
Tatupu was released by the Seahawks prior to the 2011 season and decided to take the year off to rest up and make sure his body is ready to play football again.