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Two offensive players are returning to the Atlanta Falcons.
A source told FOXSports.com that wide receiver Harry Douglas had agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension. Financial details weren't immediately available.
Backup quarterback Chris Redman also signed a one-year deal, a source said. Financial details weren't immediately available.
Paired with starters Roddy White and Julio Jones, Douglas posted career highs in catches (39) and receiving yards (498) in 2011 as Atlanta's third wideout. Douglas, 27, also made four starts.
As a third-round pick in 2008, Douglas was selected in the same draft class as quarterback Matt Ryan. Douglas missed the 2009 season with a knee injury but has played in every Falcons game the past two seasons.
Redman has served as Atlanta's backup passer since the Falcons drafted Ryan with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2007 draft. Redman, 34, appeared in five games last season, completing 18 of 28 passes for 188 yards with one in...
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The Falcons were able to keep two of their key free agents on the offensive side of the football on Tuesday hours after both became unrestricted free agents.
Wide receiver Harry Douglas and back-up quarterback Chris Redman both agreed to new contracts. The team announced the deals 12 minutes apart a little more than five hours after both hit the market.
Douglas, in particular,...
Looks like I will be staying in Atlanta...Home sweet home...
— Harry Douglas (@HDouglas83) March 14, 2012
It took a little longer than I thought, but Harry Douglas is back in the fold with the Atlanta Falcons. Douglas flirted with the St Louis Rams but ended up signing a four year contract worth $10.5 million. Douglas will continue to be the Falcons third receiver. Last...
About an hour ago, John Abraham tweeted that he was in Flowery Branch, which included this photograph. This is surprising because other than Falcons headquarters, there is nothing much to do in Flowery Branch. On the eve of free agency, it could mean that Abraham is back to discuss, or even sign a contract.
Back for another round in Atlanta, or just loves North Georgia?
The most viable MLB in the 2012 free agency class is headed to Philadelphia.
Players View does not have an official statement yet but Gerald McCoy of the Bucaneers who targeted Lofton just tweeted “Sorry #bucnation I tried but it looks like @CurtisLofton50 is an Eagle.Business is business he did what was best for him. Understandable.”
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ProFootballTalk.com has reported that the Falcons have only $5.8 million to spend to stay underneath the $120.6 million cap. There is a little debate as to exactly how PFT has calculated this number and whether or not this is a "guesstimate" with some contract numbers unknown. PFT is quiet on how the number is measured, potentially because they are not calculating the cap...
Either way, Falcons cornerback Brent Grimes is set to hit the jackpot.
The former undrafted free agent, who was discovered by former Falcons coach Bruce Plummer out of tiny Shippensburg University, was slapped with the team's franchise tag.
He could walk into the office at the start of free agency, sign the tender and be in line for 10.281 million big ones.
Atlanta made a big splash with Turner in Free Agency in 2008
In the weeks leading up to free agency, Falcons fans (including us) worked ourselves into a bit of a frenzy full of expectations as we awaited March 13th like kids on Christmas Eve. What presents would we unwrap on our free agent holiday? Would Thomas Dimitroff and Arthur Blank give us the ultimate present of a fierce...
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The Chicago Bears have agreed to a three-year contract with special teams star Eric Weems.
Weems spent his first five seasons with Atlanta and was the NFC's special-teams selection for the Pro Bowl in 2010.
Signing Weems could help ease the loss of Pro Bowl gunner Corey Graham if he does not re-sign and it adds depth to the return game, with Devin Hester hobbled at times by...
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