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Quotable Monday: Roman Harper and Thomas DeCoud on the Carolina defense

It’s Quotable Monday! Every week, we find an interesting quote regarding the Carolina Panthers, usually from a coach or player. This week, it’s safeties Roman Harper and Thomas DeCoud, who both signed with Carolina this offseason. They recently spoke to the Panthers website about their situation after playing against the Panthers in the NFC South for so long. “It’s a really...
Via cover32 - Panthers
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Breaking: Thomas DeCoud will be released from the Falcons

Two yeas after resigning Thomas DeCoud to a 5-year extension Atlanta has decided to part ways with their former draft selection. This move will reportedly save the Falcons around $3 million in cap space, per Yahoo! Sports. This move does not come to a surprise to cover32 Atlanta, as many of the staff had been foretelling this grim future for months. DeCoud is expected to be released...
Via cover32 - Falcons
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Atlanta Falcons are expected to release S Thomas DeCoud; Move saves 3 million

According to Adam Caplan of ESPN.com, the Falcons are expected to release safetyThomas DeCoud prior to March 15, which is the fourth day of the new league year. DeCoud has played in all but one game for the Falcons over the last five seasons. DeCoud earned a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2012 with 76 tackles and six […]The post Atlanta Falcons are expected to release S Thomas DeCoud...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Falcons to release DeCoud

ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that the Falcons are expected to part ways with veteran S Thomas DeCoud. before his $2.25 million of his $4.2 million base salary becomes fully guaranteed on March 15. (H/T thefalcoholic.com) There has been talk that DeCoud could be on the chopping block for a few months, so this news doesn’t come as a huge surprise. DeCoud, 28, signed a five-year...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Falcons Thomas DeCoud Mangled Middle Finger (PHOTO)

During week 17 Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud broke his middle finger in the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That didn’t stop him from competing in the playoffs. DeCoud even went as far as to play in the Pro Bowl with the crippled finger. At first glance it looks like he is throwing gang signs. DeCoud tweeted the picture yesterday giving us some insight into his injury...
Via BlackSportsOnline
January 30, 2013  |  Discuss
YAMMA HAMMA

Thomas DeCoud's x-ray doesn't look right

Instagram / twentyate28 If former 49ers’ great Ronnie Lott had Thomas DeCoud’s middle finger, he might cut it off. DeCoud, a free safety for the Atlanta Falcons, damaged his finger in the final regular season game against Tampa Bay on Dec. 30. DeCoud since suffered through a playoff win over Seattle, the NFC Championship Game loss to San Francisco and the Pro Bowl. That’s right...
Via Busted Coverage
January 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Thomas DeCoud Pranks 'Sportscenter' Anchor During Interview, Plays 'Meow' Game (Video)

It's time to talk some football meow. Thomas DeCoud of the Atlanta Falcons is playing great early on this season. The safety already has three interceptions in the first three games, helping Atlanta to a 3-0 record. When you play that good you get to have a little fun off the field. DeCoud did just that in a Thursday interveiw with Sportscenter in which he took a page out the...
Via NESN.com
September 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Thomas DeCoud plays ‘Meow ‘game during ‘SportsCenter’ interview (Video)

Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud joined “SportsCenter” for an interview on Thursday, and he played a hilarious a game/prank on the show. As Deadspin pointed out, DeCoud went all “Super Troopers” on unsuspecting host Bram Weinstein by saying the word “meow” in place of “now” 14 times. Observe the hilarity: DeCoud got the idea from the cult classic movie “Super...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Falcons S Thomas DeCoud Executes “Meow” Game to Perfection on SportsCenter

This is awesome. Today, on SportsCenter, Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud decided to have a little fun during his phone interview with ESPN. He played the “meow” game and executed it so well, I didn’t pick up until have way through the interview. If you don’t know what the “meow” game is, go watch Super Troopers. DeCoud manages to pull off an incredible 13 “meows...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Starting FS DeCoud to sign new deal with Falcons

Free safety Thomas DeCoud plans to sign a new contract with the Atlanta Falcons. Terms of the deal were not announced by DeCoud or the team in public statements released Tuesday. ''Thanks for all the congratulations, everyone,'' DeCoud told his followers on Twitter. ''Looking forward to taking my game to the next level and help the falcons take that next...
Via Fox Sports
March 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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