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One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to Josh Alper of Profootballtalk.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Falcons have signed 24 rookie free agents.
North Carolina kicker Casey Barth
Texas State linebacker Joplo Bartu
Maryland fullback Devonte Campbell
Boston College linebacker Nick Clancy
Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege
Fresno State wide receiver Rashad Evans
Syracuse fullback Deon Goggins
Central Florida guard Theo Goins
Central Florida defensive end Cam Henderson
Ohio defensive tackle Neal Huynh
SMU wide receiver Darius Johnson
Alabama State tackle Terren Jones
Northern Illinois wide receiver Martel Moore
Indiana defensive tackle Adam Replogle
Georgia State running back Donald Russell
Appalachian State safety Troy Sanders
McNeese State tackle Alec Savoie
Valdosta State tackle Ryan Schraeder
Utah punter Sean Sellwood
Kentucky center Matt Smith
Colorado State cornerback Momo Thomas
Arkansas-Pine Bluff defensive end Brandon Thurmond
Arkansas running back Ronnie Wingo
Delaware linebacker Paul Worrilow.
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via sbnation.com The Atlanta Falcons are preparing for their move out of the Georgia Dome. And the engineers putting together plans for their home are not cutting any corners. They are looking to add the whole kit and kaboodle, the whole shabang, the kitchen sink and rumble seats. WSBTV in Atlanta met with the architecture firm who shared this video of the huge plans. The Georgia...
After finally landing a stadium deal with the Atlanta City Council, a new home for the Atlanta Falcons could be completed by 2017, reports Dan Hanzus of NFL.com.
The company tasked with the designing the new stadium, 360 Architecture, has unveiled this futuristic concept design:
Here's some of the features they're thinking about for the new stadium.
The Atlanta Falcons are planning a new $1 billion stadium. These are a few very early design concepts on what the replacement for the Georgia Dome could be looking like.
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Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank and city mayor Kasim Reed announced in March, their plans to build a new stadium in Atlanta for the Falcons. Two of the early plans for the stadium have been released, and it looks like the Falcons might be building something that we have never seen before.
There are currently two different plans. The first...
Tweet In March the Atlanta Falcons announced a deal with the city that would allow them to build a new stadium, one with a price tag around $1 billion. What exactly does a billion-dollar stadium look like in theory? According to an exclusive report from WSBTV in Atlanta, two new designs for the new stadium [...]
The Atlanta Falcons came into the draft with eleven picks. I was positive that we would not take eleven players in this draft and it turns out that due to trading up twice we only chose eight players. Football Perspective took a look at every draft day trade and here is what they had to say about the Falcons two trades (click on the links for a more detailed analysis)...
Architects unveiled their plans for a brand new Atlanta Falcons stadium and the visuals are amazing. Their goal is to “bring fans out of their man caves and back to the game.” Check out the concepts below.
(via USA TODAY)
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The Atlanta Falcons have put together a video of their new potential stadium, and every design on the table looks beautiful.
Give the Atlanta Falcons credit for aiming high.
The team got city approval for a deal to build a new stadium just a few weeks ago and on Tuesday, they named the architect. That architect, 360 Architecture, based in Kansas City, came to the table with some shall we say "Interesting" ideas of what the new "Retractable Roof" stadium should look like.
Here are four things we gleaned from the NFC South teams, just days removed from the 2013 draft:
1. The Falcons need Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford to be signed, sealed and healthy for the first four-pack of games
The NFL schedule-maker certainly didn't do Atlanta any favors in the first quadrant of the season, pairing the Falcons secondary against the likes of Drew Brees...
Grading the picks
Round 1: No. 22, Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
Review: Trufant fills the most glaring need on the Falcons roster, that of a starting cornerback. Because the Falcons need him to come in and start right away, the fact that he sounds as NFL-ready as possible makes Trufant a good pick. Both general manager Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Mike Smith pointed to the...
Below is the list of current undrafted free agents that the Atlanta Falcons have signed to their roster. Most will have a tremendous amount of work to do to make the roster, but stats show that at least one or two will have an impact on the roster or practice squad. QB, Seth Doege, Texas TechRB, Donald Russell, Georgia StateRB, Ronnie Wingo, ArkansasFB, Devonte Campbell, MarylandWR...
2013 NFL Draft Grades – NFC South Atlanta Falcons - B- The Falcons went out and addressed their two biggest needs at CB and DE. They let both Brent Grimes and Dunta Robinson go in free agency and Asante Samuel is aging. They drafted Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford back-to-back in the 1st and 2nd [...]
1st Round (22) - Desmond Trufant, CB, WashingtonThe Falcons trade up to grab a smart corner who will immediately be called upon to start. There is some discussion that the pick was a reach but it shows that Thomas Dimitrioff and Mike Smith really saw something in the former Husky that has two brothers in the NFL.The Falcons love to be in the nickle, nearly 50 percent of the time...