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The Falcons had one real weak spot on the offense last season. Michael Turner and the running game that couldn’t consistently get going even with the passing game opening up big holes. The Falcons have stated repeatedly that they believe Jacquizz Rodgers can be an every down back, but from I have seen, I find that hard to believe. He’s just not special in any way.
Steven Jackson will most likely opt out of his contract with the Rams according to multiple sources and the Falcons as a landing spot is the big rumor on the block. I think there are a handful of teams that would be interested in Jackson’s services. Now, this is all speculation, but if Jax lands in Atlanta he could prove to be a nice RB2 this season. He has mileage, but also has shown that he can handle a big workload and is a 10x better receiver than Turner. Can’t wait for free agency to start.
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Wouldn't it be great if we didn't know a players age and just looked at their play?I know Steven Jackson wishes that, as he hits the "30 year-old wall" while looking ferocious as ever in 2012. Still the St. Louis Rams are rumored to be anxious to shed the $7 million dollar, one year left on his contract.Jackson seems just as ready to part ways. Read about that here...
SO LONG, ST. LOUIS?
Rams running back Steven Jackson reportedly is expected to void the final year of his contract with the team in order to test free agency.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch is reporting that Steven Jackson will void the final year of his contract to become a free agent.Pushing Jackson in this direction may be what the St. Louis Rams wanted as they have given indications they would release Jackson before the 2013 season. For what reason is a mystery.Jackson would be entering the final year of a 6-year $44.8 million dollar...
The news around the National Football League just keeps on coming, as today Mike Sando of ESPN.com is reporting that St. Louis Rams’ running back Steven Jackson has decided to void the final year of his contract, which in turn would make him an unrestricted free agent come March 12.
Jackson, who will turn 30 this July, rushed for more than 1,000 yards for the eighth-straight season...
This weekend it was reported that things looked "good” concerning the St. Louis Rams’ negotiations with running back Steven Jackson.
However, it’s now being reported that Jackson is planning on voiding his
current contract and testing the free agent market, according to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
It was expected that Jackson would void his current
For the first time in his career St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson will be a free agent.
The Post Dispatch reported today Jackson will void the final year of his contract on March 12th
The Rams are still in negations with Jackson’s agent to keep him in St Louis, but the buzz is that the 30-year-old veteran wants to play for a Super Bowl contender and there’s a good chance...
The free agency frenzy doesn't begin until March 12.
Tell that to general managers who have begun flooding the market with veterans they have cut - guys who can sign with any team at any time.
Joining that group Friday were such former Pro Bowl players John Abraham and Michael Turner, released by Atlanta along with cornerback Dunta Robinson.
Also available is 2009 Defensive...
The Atlanta Falcons released running back Michael Turner, cornerback Dunta Robinson and defensive end John Abraham on Friday, ESPN’s Adam Shefter reported Friday. The team later confirmed the news on Twitter.
After six seasons in Houston (2004-09), Dunta Robinson, 30, joined the Falcons in 2010 and though the former first round pick (No. 10 overall out of South Carolina) was...
In a move that will create $15.9 million in cap space, the Atlanta Falcons have released veterans Michael Turner, John Abraham, and Dunta Robinson.
Releasing Turner will save $6.4 million in cap space, releasing Abraham will save $5.75 million in cap space, and Robinson’s release saves $3.75 million.
The move was made not only for cap space, but also to get younger according to...
In a serious move to free up salary cap space, the Atlanta Falcons have released three veteran players from their roster this morning. DE John Abraham, CB Dunta Robinson and RB Michael Turner have all been released according to news first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The move regarding Turner was more of a matter of when and not if.
Robinson has played for the Falcons for...
The Atlanta Falcons took a meat clever to the roster that got them
within 10 yards of the Super Bowl on Friday, cutting veteran
defensive end John Abraham, the teamâs leader in
sacks in 2012, high-priced cornerback Dunta Robinson and, as
expected, running back Michael Turner.