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Going into the off-season the Falcons defensive secondary was a major issue. It is an issue that has been lingering for an extensive amount of time.
In their one-and-done playoff appearance against the New York Giants, WR Hakeem Nicks had his way with them and put the game out of reach before the fourth quarter.
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Former Atlanta Falcons running back Jamal Anderson is facing a tax lien of more than $1 million from the Internal Revenue Service, TMZ reported. Anderson didn't pay his federal income taxes in 2007 and 2008, according to documents obtained by TMZ, and he reportedly owes $1,105,263.51 from those two years. The IRS has placed a lien on his property, according to the report...
Just two miles west of the Georgia Dome, the Atlanta Falcons are bringing hope to one of the city's most troubled zip codes.
Falcons owner Arthur Blank joined 180 volunteers from his family businesses on Thursday to improve conditions in a neighborhood - ''The 30314'' - that has too many problems to overcome by itself.
Tony Johns, COO of the nonprofit City of...
So much to talk about about the Philadelphia Eagles draft selections in 2012, it’s hard to keep it to just writing.
On Tuesday, I visited my friends Roy Burton and Kris Dominigo on The Broad Street Line podcast to talk all things Eagles. We discussed the Asante Samuel trade, spoke extensively about the draft, and talked about what it all means for the Eagles season in 2012.