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The AJC has just reported that a Kroy Biermann signing is "imminent," starting off what should be a flurry of free agent signings.
Seems like the Falcons are about to "kick off" free agent signings. (I'll be here all night. Tip your waitresses)
The final sticking point is that Biermann wants a three-year contract. The team would like to lock him up for four years. The deal will land in the $10-12 million range, the source said.
Around $3 million a year is not bad for Kroy, a special teams ace who has, in my humble opinion, been frustratingly inconsistent on defense. After being the first player from Montana drafted ever, Kroy showed flashes of pass rushing ability in his second season amassing 5 sacks in limited playing time.
The two years after that, Kroy has totaled only 5.5 sacks. Many believe Kroy will play much better in Mike Nolan's defensive scheme, and should likely remain in rotation on the defensive line and perhaps a pass rushing ou...
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Another solid defensive player is going to be taken off the free agent market before he even gets there. D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Falcons will re-sign defensive lineman Kroy Biermann within the next 36 hours, calling the move “imminent.” The two sides are haggling over whether it is a…
With only three days left before the deadline to do so, the Falcons announced that they will place the franchise tag on starting left cornerback Brent Grimes, a Pro-Bowler in 2010, keeping him off the market for at least a year and guaranteeing Grimes a salary of approximately 10 million virtually a four-fold increase over his 2.61 million salary of last season.
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Ladies if your intuition starts telling you something is wrong, you should listen. And if you choose not to, I still advise a little Google search just so you aren’t blindsided. Example number 275 of my point: I’m sure you’ve heard of the drama that happened this week at Atlanta Falcons RB Michael Turner’s home. [...]
On this, the rarest of all days, we celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of Chris Redman's re-signing with the Atlanta Falcons...4 years ago. While erstwhile back-up Redman is lucky enough to not have to wait 4 years to celebrate a birthday, he did re-up with the team that pulled him off the scrap heap on Leap Day.
Redman remains one of the few feel good stories from the forgettable...
Piling on Kevin's earlier post about Brent Grimes being Franchise Tagged. There have been a lot of discussions about who to use this tag on - and this is the person I feel it best suits.
Grimes is a rare talent. There are so many dominant receivers in this league right now - guys that cannot be completely neutralized for an entire game. The game has become about minimizing...
The Falcons have placed the franchise tag on cornerback Brent Grimes.
And Atlanta GM Thomas Dimitroff noted that he would like to reach a long-term deal with the standout cornerback. Grimes would have been a red hot target if allowed to hit the free agent market.
Is it possible that lightening could literally strike twicefor the Atlanta Falcons? Reports are that the San Diego Chargers are notlooking to resign backup running back Mike Tolbert. Tolbert has been anextremely productive backup for the Bolts as a receiver out of the backfield,on special teams and as a short yardage runner. San Diego may envision Tolbert receiving a deal like the...
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The Vikings may have lost out on their best fit in the free-agent cornerback market when the Atlanta Falcons placed the franchise tag on Brent Grimes. See what NFL Films’ Greg Cosell had to say about Grimes and how he would have fit the Vikings.