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The Bears sure fell out of love with Nick Reed in a hurry. The Bears cut the second-year defensive end and signed veteran defensive end Chauncey Davis to a two-year contract Monday. Davis, a fourth-round draft pick by the Atlanta Falcons in 2005, had 10 sacks, two interceptions, eight fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles in six seasons with the Falcons (25 starts in 96 games from 2005-10). It was a tough break for Reed. His ‘’high motor’’ and relentless style earned him a surprise spot on the Bears’ roster at the beginning of the season. But ever since he …
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When Julio Jones left Sunday's game, third-year wide receiver Harry Douglas stepped forward for the Falcons.
With the Saints' defense focusing on wide receiver Roddy White and tight end Tony Gonzalez, Douglas was left in single coverage. He was targeted 14 times and came up with eight catches for 133 yards, which were both career-highs.
"It felt good," Douglas...
Bear Report caught up with Bears cornerback Tim Jennings in the locker room after the team's Week 10 win over rival Detroit. He talks about the defensive strategy, frustrating the Lions and more.
The Bears made a couple of moves to their 53 man roster today.
They officially announced 2008 first-round pick, left guard Chris Williams was placed on injured reserve with his wrist injury.
Second-year guard Edwin Williams, who replaced him in the second half played pretty well in his place on Sunday.
He started three games a year ago at right guard and started this training camp...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith was in no mood to rehash his decision to go for it on fourth-and-inches from his own 29-yard line in overtime a move that failed and cost the Falcons a key 26-23 NFC South Division game on Sunday to New Orleans.
Smith maintains a 24-hour rule for everyone associated with the team on the day after games in which win or...
Here are a very few thoughts from the tough, tough loss for the Falcons yesterday:1.Red Zone efficiency. The Falcons offense was very effective at getting into the red zone, and ultimately getting into the endzone. The Falcons were … [visit site to read more]Falcons vs. Saints: What could have been - Blogging Dirty - Blogging Dirty - An Atlanta Falcons Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Wanted to let you know that this week’s nationally televised NFL Turning Point on Versus will take a deeper look at the Atlanta Falcons after their last minute loss to the New Orleans Saints. Although … [visit site to read more]Falcons Are On This Week’s NFL Turning Point - Blogging Dirty - Blogging Dirty - An Atlanta Falcons Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
I don’t have any more superlatives than have already been said by everyone else on the Bears’ dominant 37-13 win over the Detroit Lions. The Bears most certainly extracted revenge for the Monday night defeat in Detroit a few weeks back.
Let’s here what you all think.
I just hope the loss of guard Chris Williams for the season won’t impact the offensive line that had really...
ATLANTA -- Amid the battle for NFC South supremacy, astylistic war is waged. The New Orleans Saints are one of the leaguespreeminent air it out juggernauts. So many weapons youd think their playswere called in from the Pentagon, not the sidelines. And then theres Atlanta, one the few good squads in theleague that still try to ram it down your throat.Thats what the Falcons tried to...
"I think we just came out here and didn't play our best," said left guard Rob Sims.
Everyone seems to be playing Monday Morning Quarterback with Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith.