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As the NFL’s regular season draws to an end many teams are already starting to make changes for the future of their franchises. Seven Head Coaches and several General Managers were fired on what is now known as Black Monday in the NFL. The Atlanta Falcons aren’t among those teams as they finished up the regular season with a 13-3 record and home-field-advantage in the play-offs. Still the future is a pressing problem for General Manager Thomas Dimitroff.
The Falcons have one of the oldest rosters in the league, and could be losing several key players this off-season to retirement. Among these are long time center Todd McClure and Matt Ryan’s go to man Tony Gonzalez. Other key players like John Abraham and Asante Samuel will also be getting up there in age with Abraham turning 35 and Asante Samuel turning 32 before the 2013 seasons begin.
Still Atlanta has more key players to worry about. Break-out SS William Moore will be a free agent as well as CB Brent Grimes who w...
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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga.-- When the Atlanta Falcons take the field a week from Sunday in search of their first playoff victory in head coach Mike Smiths five seasons, at least one player will be competing with a heavy heart.
Smith announced on Friday that four-time Pro-Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion Asante Samuel was not at practice all week because his mother Christine had...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.
With Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith being the sane man that he is, he is trying a different approach than the one he took two years ago, when the Falcons also earned the NFC's top seed for the postseason.
First, Smith said that during the bye...
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I don’t know about you, but that Bentley is pimp. I love the flat paint job. Julio Jones and the Falcons are enjoying a little R and R while they wait to see who their opponent will be in the Divisional Round. Is that a Robin shirt that little white kid is wearing? Looks like a Beiber in training to me.
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The Atlanta Falcons are going into the 2012 postseason with the No.1 seed in the NFC. They will not have to leave the comfort of the Georgia Dome the whole postseason. No trips to the frozen tundra at Lambeau Field. No trips to the soggy field at Candlestick Park. Cozy indoor weather with no wind to blow kicks around, or precipitation to make the football slick and cause errant passes...
Dirk Koetter has decided to remain with the Atlanta Falcons as their offensive coordinator. The Falcons on Wednesday confirmed news media reports that Koetter would stay. Multiple outlets indicated that Koetter has signed a contract extension through next season. The news comes one day after Koetter met with the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday about their head-coaching job, which...
We haven't updated the site since the home loss to the Bucs on Sunday. Call it disappointment, apprehension or just bewilderment. Much like the Panthers loss, the Falcons didn't look like they had much interest in playing the game and the Bucs took it to them. In the NFL, you have to be able to put a bad game behind you and get ready to put that chin strap on the next week...
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has been mentioned as a possible head coaching candidate, but now it looks like he won’t be going anywhere.According to Alex Marvez FOXSports.com, the Falcons have signed Koetter to a two-year extension that will keep him in Atlanta until 2014.Falcons’ fans can now relax that Koetter is sticking around for a little longer. Need...
One of the NFL's hottest head coaching candidates has decided to stay put.
A source told FOXSports.com the Atlanta Falcons have signed offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter to a contract extension that will keep him off the market until the 2014 offseason.
Atlanta's offensive talent provided impetus for Koetter to stick with the Falcons. The chance to continue working with...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Quarterback Matt Ryan will avoid the fate of having three offensive coordinators in three seasons, as Dirk Koetter signed a contract extension to remain with the Falcons, according to a report by FOXSports.coms Alex Marvez.
Koetter reportedly interviewed on Tuesday for the vacant Kansas City Chiefs head coaching job and was scheduled to interview for open jobs...