Kemal Ishmael is a professional athlete, he’s a hard-hitting safety, and he’s a tough dude. But Kemal Ishmael does not mess with heights. So you can imagine how he might feel about taking an elevator up 72 floors. AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: The next Gates that the NFL will have to deal with Top 10 in 2015: The third tier (21-30) of NFL quarterbacks Poor guy … he looked...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) Kemal Ishmael has filled William Moore's strong safety job fairly well this season for the Atlanta Falcons. Robert McClain has essentially done the same for injured cornerback Robert Alford the last five games. Now if the secondary can make it through this week without losing another starter, the Falcons like their chances to beat Carolina and win the weak...
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Atlanta Falcons defensive back Kemal Ishmael deserves a little credit for trying to actually tackle guys Monday night when his team played the Packers. I say just a little because he got trucked over pretty bad not just once, but twice in the second half.The second hit laid down by Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was by far the worst.@_MarcusD_/TwitterRead more »
Eddie Lacy showed off the entire arsenal during the Packers’ 43-37 win over the Falcons on Monday night. Lacy rushed for 73 yards and a touchdown and caught five passes for 33 yards and a score in Green Bay’s impressive show. In one impressive play, Lacy caught a dump-off from Rodgers and trucked Atlanta DB...Read More
Eddie Lacy dropped a nasty truck stick on Falcons safety Kemal Ishmael.
Jeremy Ross hurdles Falcons safety Kemal Ishmael, bringing Wembley Stadium to its feet.
Steve Smith is one of the toughest and angriest wide receivers in the NFL, so seeing him get into two fights with the Atlanta Falcons secondary in the same game seems normal. First Smith got into it with Desmond Trufant: Then he wrestled around with Kemal Ishmael after an interception:
Per source, South Carolina State safety Kimario McFadden had a workout with the Atlanta Falcons. McFadden was a second team All-MEAC selection at safety, in 2013. He recorded 57 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one interception last season. Currently, the Falcons have William Moore, Dwight Lowery, Zeke Motta, Sean Baker and Kemal Ishmael at the position.
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