Falcons open June minicamp to the public

The Atlanta Falcons will be holding their 2015 minicamp from June 16-18 at the training facility in Flowery Branch. For those who are interested in attending, Jay Adams of AtlantaFalcons.com brought some great news. Not only did Adams report that practices are open to the public, but also that they will have a Kid's Day at the minicamp. As Adams explained, "children 17 and under...
Via FOX Sports
May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Three-day minicamp wraps up, leading to Falcons making multiple moves

It didn't take long after the conclusion of Atlanta's 2015 rookie minicamp for the team to get to work on their roster.According to Jay Adams from AtlantaFalcons.com, the team has signed two players, while choosing to waive three others."The Atlanta Falcons today announced that they have signed tackle Matt Huffer and defensive back Jonathon Mincy and waived defensive tackle Chris...
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May 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Stacy Peralta breaks sad news Jay Adams died of heart attack

Jay Adams, a legendary skateboarder who was one of the three main characters portrayed in the skateboarding movie “Lords of Dogtown,” died late Thursday in Mexico from a heart attack. Stacy Peralta and Tony Alva were the two other main skateboarders portrayed in the movie. Peralta went on to become a filmmaker and wrote “Lords […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Skateboard legend Jay Adams succumbs to heart attack

Renowned skateboarder Jay Adams has died of a heart attack. The legendary skater reportedly died Thursday at age 53 in Mexico. His legend was documented in "Lords of Dogtown," in which he was played by Emile Hirsch. Adams was out of the country for the first time in 20 years, according to TMZ. He had been in and out of jail since the 1980s on various charges. Twitter reacted:
Via FOX Sports
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Clint Boling on Georgia: "We Just Didn't Really Play Up To Our Potential"

Former offensive lineman, Clint Boling, was recently interviewed during a media session at the NFL combine—taking place this week in Indianapolis—and when he was asked to explain how a team  that came into the 2010 season so talented ends up 6-7, he had the following to say, (h/t Jay Adams) So, basically, Clint had no more of an idea what went wrong than the rest of us. He mentioned...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
February 24, 2011  |  Discuss

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