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Weeks Ago Quinn Felt Falcons Were Super-Bowl Ready

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Much like the first rule of “Fight Club,” NFL coaches never talk about the moment, or moments, ahead. They live in the world of Week 4 or Week 12, laser focused on this opponent, never looking forward in case something can be missed regarding the current foe facing them. 809 more words


Redskins Re-sign Long Snapper Nick Sundberg

WASHINGTON — The Redskins have re-signed long snapper Nick Sundberg.

The 29-year-old veteran, originally undrafted out of California, first caught on with the Redskins after his rookie year, signing a futures contract after the 2009 season. 83 more words


Falcons Report: Mike Bell: 'Ryan Is Playing At A Level I Never Thought He'd Reach'

The guys started off by talking about the latest news coming out of Flowery Branch. Carl and Mike also talked about Matt Ryan’s progression this season. 11 more words


Kirk Cousins to Replace Aaron Rodgers in 2017 Pro Bowl

WASHINGTON — Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins will join left tackle Trent Williams in the 2017 Pro Bowl.

Cousins, initially voted a Pro Bowl alternate, will replace Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, the Redskins announced on Monday. 99 more words


Report: Redskins Weighing All Options, Including Trading Cousins

WASHINGTON — The Redskins may be willing to trade Kirk Cousins after all.

According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, the Redskins will weigh all their options this offseason, including the possibility of trading Cousins, should the right deal present itself. 288 more words


Keidel: Brady And Ryan, A Contrast In QBs

By Jason Keidel

All Super Bowls have their own stories, plots and subplots.

The more — or the more intense — the merrier. From the tete-a-tete between Ray Buchanan and Shannon Sharpe to the worldwide ankle watch on Terrell Owens to Hollywood Henderson questioning Terry Bradshaw’s IQ, we like our sporting events distilled to storylines, to good vs evil. 948 more words


Bob Socci Looks Ahead To Patriots-Falcons Super Bowl Matchup

By Mike “Sarge” Riley, 98.5 The Sports Hub and WBZ NewsRadio 1030

BOSTON (CBS) — Next stop, Houston! The Patriots are back in the Super Bowl for the ninth time in franchise history. 254 more words