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Thomas Dimitroff Responds to the Angry Atlanta Falcons Fan Twitter Mob

By Steve Cohen, @SteveInBrooklyn

Editor’s note: The post below contains some explicit language.

The immediate Twitter reaction to the Atlanta Falcons’ 1st round draft pick of Florida Safety Keanu Neal was, um, a bit mixed, as Neal’s selection may have ruffled some fans’ feathers (no pun intended) (but man, that would have been a pretty good pun if I had intended it, right?). 1,852 more words

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Alex Mack Will Be a Difference Maker for the Falcons

by Vince Phillips (@Kentphillipsv)

New center for the Falcons, Alex Mack, brings what we hope will be “the anchor” of our offensive line. That’s what he was for the Browns’ offensive line through four coaches and the debacle that was Johnny Manziel. 336 more words

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Panthers say 'Bye Felicia' to Josh Norman

Instead of getting into a bidding war, the Carolina Panthers bid adieu to All-Pro cornerback, Josh Norman. As you may have heard, the team rescinded his franchise tag offer, making him an unrestricted free agent. 446 more words


Post Free Agency Team by Team Grade: NFC South

Since NFL Free Agency is basically over.. here are the post free agency grades, key additions, losses, and future outlook for each team in the NFC South. 1,894 more words


2016 NFL Mock Draft Round 1- Atlanta Falcons

17.  Atlanta Falcons: Darron Lee  OLB | Ohio State

The Falcons offense looks set on paper with Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and Devonta Freeman in place along with free agent signings Mohamed Sanu and Alex Mack. 461 more words


NFL 2014 Season in Review: The Surprises, The Disappointments, and The Constants

Another season in the books. The 2014 season had plenty to offer. There were plenty of surprises, disappointments, and constants, or things that stayed the same that were thrown at many a person sitting on their couch for 8-10 hours. 693 more words


2016 NFL Mock Draft Round 1- New Orleans Saints

12. New Orleans Saints: Laquon Treadwell  WR | Ole Miss

The Saints should use all of their draft picks in this years, next years and the following years draft to address a defense that has finished 31st in the league the past two seasons, but they won’t. 541 more words