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Ryan Schraeder, Ricardo Allen out of concussion protocol; Julio Jones practicing

FLOWERY BRANCH — Falcons coach Dan Quinn was hoping to get healthy over the bye week and from the first practice back, the team achieved that goal. Starting right tackle Ryan Schraeder and free safety Ricardo Allen are out of the concussion protocol and were practicing on Monday. Also, wide receiver Julio Jones (hip flexor) and defensive end Vic Beasley (hamstring) were practicing...
Via AJC's Atlanta Falcons Blog
October 09, 2017

Ryan Schraeder injury: Atlanta’s right tackle looks unlikely to play versus Bills

Ty Sambrailo will be up again. My assumption over the last couple of weeks was that Ryan Schraeder would be on the shelf for the Lions game owing to the league’s concussion protocol, and that he would make his way back by Week 4. ESPN’s Vaughn McClure has cruelly shattered that comforting illusion, unfortunately. It now looks like Schraeder will miss the Bills game, increasing...
Via The Falcoholic
September 29, 2017

Falcons coach Dan Quinn ‘optimistic’ Ryan Schraeder will return for Bills game

Dan Quinn provided an injury update following the Week 3 win over the Detroit Lions
September 25, 2017

Falcons coach Dan Quinn: No update yet on status of Vic Beasley, Ryan Schraeder

Head Coach Dan Quinn did not have an update on the status of his three injured players following the win over Green Bay
September 18, 2017

Ryan Schraeder leaves Falcons practice with a cut; competition at backup tackle intensifies

Competition intensifies at the backup tackle position
August 06, 2017

Report: Ryan Schraeder suffered torn ligament in ankle

Falcons right tackle Ryan Schraeder suffered a torn ankle ligament in his team’s Super Bowl loss Sunday,’s Vaugh McClure reported. Schraeder initially suffered the injury to his right ankle in the second quarter but stayed into the game until the fourth quarter. The report said Schraeder will undergo further testing but isn’t expected to…
Via Pro Football Talk
February 06, 2017

Atlanta Falcons hire Mike Tice to become OL coach

ATLANTA, GA- The previous Chicago Bears offensive line coach, Mike Tice, has been hired by the Atlanta Falcons on Wednesday as they attempt to rebuild the team’s commitment to handle the power football aspect of the game. Heads have already begun to roll as Arthur Blank has terminated the contracts of previous offensive line coaches Pat Hill and Paul Dunn. Along with them is the...
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