Found April 23, 2012 on
San Diego State Aztecs
Arkansas State Red Wolves
TCU Horned Frogs
Despite not having a very interesting off-season, the Atlanta Falcons have had some change at linebacker. The man that clogged up the middle under Brian Van Gorder, Curtis Lofton, was allowed to walk without much interest in keeping him from the Falcons. To replace him, the Falcons will go with second year player Akeem Dent or free agent signee Lofa Tatupu. The rest of the Falcons LB roster includes budding star Sean Weatherspoon, Stephen Nicholas, Robert James and Spencer Adkins. If the Falcons address LB during this draft I would expect it to be in the fifth to seventh rounds. Let's take a look at some targets that might be available at that time.
Spoon pointing out the prospects he wants on his team
Mychal Kendricks, Cal (6'0", 240)- Kendricks is expected to go around the third round but he is the only LB that has visited the Falcons so far this off-season according to Pro Football Talk. Interestingly, Kendricks is projected at the next level as a 34 LB and the F...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
10) Afraid that the network would find out about the QB's shameful secret criminal activities9) Roddy White and a live mic isn't exactly a recipe for team harmony 8) Just not able to match Rex Ryan's standard for HBO-ready dialogue7) Worried that if they appear on the show, people would start noticing how they never actually win any playoff games6) Don't want the...
The Atlanta Falcons made quite a splash in last year's NFL draft.
This year, they'll likely spend a lot of time sitting around.
The Falcons are one of three teams that did not have a pick in Thursday night's first round. Considering what they gave up to get receiver Julio Jones in 2011, there's little chance of the team moving up to make another high-profile selection...
Their happens to be quite a pool of talent in this year class defensive tackle class with 3 to 4 being projected in the first round. The Talent continues on into the second and third rounds as well. Let's take a look at some of those second-third Round DTs that the Falcons might be targeting.
A potential Falcons draft pick?
Let's start off with Brandon Thompson, the...
A couple weeks ago we told you HBO had finally come to a decision about the team they wanted to appear on the successful Hard Knocks series. That choice was the Atlanta Falcons, who in spite of 3 playoff apperaances in 4 years, were a less than inspiring selection to the wide majority of those of you who responded to the news via Twitter and Facebook. At that point, it seemed...
The Falcons made a mega deal - a 5-for-1 trade with Cleveland - to move up 21 spots to select wide receiver Julio Jones last April.
Because they don't have picks in the first and fourth rounds of the 2012 draft, they must be prudent in order to fulfill some of their needs.
Their first pick will be the 55th pick overall in the second round and they will look to add either a...
Cornerback Brent Grimes signed his one-year franchise tender with the Atlanta Falcons, the team announced. Grimes will earn $10.3 million in 2012 if he doesn't agree to a long-term contract before mid-July. Grimes, an undrafted free agent in 2006 who was on the team’s practice squad for all but the final two games of 2007, went to the Pro Bowl in 2010 and is considered one...
ATLANTA- The Falcons are no longer satisfied with making due with what they have when it comes to their secondary.
It is becoming more than a possibility that could acquire CB Asante Samuel from the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles have been trying to move the disgruntled corner for almost a year now and now their asking priced has dropped dramatically.
Please click the link below...
ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 16: Brent Grimes #20 of the Atlanta Falcons intercepts a pass intended for Steve Smith #89 of the Carolina Panthers at the Georgia Dome
Earlier today, news broke that the Atlanta Falcons were in talks with the Philadelphia Eagles to acquire veteran corner, Asante Samuel. No sooner than a few hours after the media started reporting on it, Brent Grimes decided...