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NFL Injury Report:
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan will miss the 2013 Pro
Bowl due to an injury to his left (non-throwing) shoulder, according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN, and he’ll be replaced by Seattle Seahawks rookie Russell
Ryan, who initially was selected to the Pro Bowl, won’t be
going to Hawaii due to a left shoulder (non-throwing side) injury.
Ryan sustained his injury during the second half of last Sunday’s
loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game. The injury
shouldn’t require surgery but instead a minimal recovery period, and he’s expected
to be able to take part in the Falcons’ full offseason program.
Wilson helped lead the Seahawks to the NFC Divisional round
where they ultimately lost a hard-fought matchup against Ryan and the Falcons.
On the season, the rookie completed 64.1% of his passes for 3,118 yards with 26
touchdowns to 10 interceptions. He also ran for 489 yards and four touchdowns.
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The Atlanta Falcons have a stinging feeling this morning after suffering their loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, but the stinging sensation in Matt Ryan‘s shoulder is from something else. The Falcons quarterback suffered a sprained AC joint injury on his non-throwing shoulder. After being slammed to the turf by Niners defender Ahmad Brooks.
Reports suggest that Ryan popped...
INJURY TO INSULT
A report states that Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan sprained his shoulder during the team's loss to the 49ers in the NFC title game.
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan sustained a shoulder
injury to his non-throwing arm during yesterday’s loss to the San Francisco
49ers in the NFC Championship game. Ryan was later diagnosed with a sprained AC
joint in his left shoulder, an injury that won’t require surgery, according to
Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Update on Matt Ryan: Sprained AC joint in left shoulder. No...
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan was diagnosed with a sprained AC joint in his non-throwing shoulder following Atlanta's loss to San Francisco in the NFC Championship game. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:We're sure Ryan would have been able to play through the injury in the Super Bowl in two weeks if Atlanta had won on Sunday. Ryan will be 100 percent long before OTAs.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, an MRI has confirmed that Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has a grade two AC joint sprain after getting his by 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks at the end of yesterdays game.
Ryan will be in a sling for 10 days. It will take four weeks for him to recover. Head coach Mike Smith told the media he would have able to play in two weeks if the...
Earlier today it was reported that the agent of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson contacted Seattle in hopes of getting his rookie contract adjusted to compensate his client for a great season.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Wilson’s agent Bus Cook has denied that he asked the Seahawks for more money.
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An unnamed representative of Seattle Seahawks quarterback
Russell Wilson called the team to insist that the rookie’s contract be adjusted
following his 2012 campaign, according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN.
This report was later denied by Wilson’s agent, Bus Cook.
Mortensen was unwilling to back off of the statement, but added that the
comments could have been made without Wilson’s...
This past weekend, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that a representative of Russell Wilson’s asked the Settle Seahawks to restructure his contract.
Wilson’s agent Bus Cook already came out and firmly denied the report. Wilson also told SI’s Peter King that he never asked for a raise.
“I speak for myself. I never demanded or asked for a restructured contract,” Wilson...
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan spent Sunday trying to be the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game, be he and the Falcons have already begun talks about a contract extension, Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported Sunday. According to Glazer, that deal will take on the look of a "mega-contract." The 2013 season will be the final year of Ryan's six...
Just after the Atlanta Falcons lost to the 49ers 28-24, ending hopes for the team to make their second appearance in the Super Bowl, it started.From boisterous opposition fans’ “told you so” and “we dominated again!” written comments on blogs, to the more tame complaints of “Same Old Falcons” articles written by some Atlanta sports columnists.The bragging - and complaining...
The read option is the latest trend sweeping the NFL, thanks in large part to the success of quarterbacks like Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, and RG III in the 2012 season. Whether the read option is simply a trend, or will become a staple of the league is yet to be known. But as we gear … Continue reading »
The huge question that will linger for weeks after this game will be about why the Atlanta Falcons continue to not be able to put teams away after running out to big leads.
The Falcons jumped out to an early 10-0 lead after an early 46 yard bomb from Matt Ryan to Julio Jones and a Matt Bryant field goal.
Julio Jones then scored on a 20 yard fade to put the Falcons...
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