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Welcome to the Willie Mo Show

“Welcome to the Willie Mo Show!”  Falcons SS William Moore sits down with QB Matt Ryan and talks a little about football and a lot about William’s… 54 more words

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Atlanta Falcons 2015 countdown to camp: A look at the safeties

FLOWERY BRANCH — The position-by-position look continues in our countdown to training camp.

The players report on Thursday and take the field on Friday for their first practice. 1,076 more words

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Corporal William J. Moore

William J. Moore, born about 1927, was a son of Percy W. Moore and Bessie L. Parker.  He grew up in the community of Lois, near Ray City, GA. 59 more words

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On This Day In Wangaratta - 4th July 1875

This day marks the 140th anniversary of the death of George Moore at the tender age of 28 years. George died at the home of his parents on the One Mile Creek after a four week battle with typhoid fever. 436 more words

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Cover 9@9: Quinn headed to the beach

(Welcome all! With the NFL becoming more of a passing league, the “Cover 9@9” blog is here for you every Wednesday at 9 a.m. We try to get to everything about the Atlanta Falcons from the Hometown Huddle to who blew that coverage against the Bears. 2,563 more words

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Updated Falcons’ depth chart heading into training camp

FLOWERY BRANCH – Falcons coach Dan Quinn promised that there would a lot of experimentation this offseason after evaluating the talent on the roster.

In some salary cap and scheme-fit moves, the Falcons parted ways with some of the key veterans from the 2012 NFC championship game team in left guard Justin Blalock, left tackle Sam Baker and wide receiver Harry Douglas. 1,045 more words

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Asante Samuel : Sports & Hip-Hop

Former Atlanta Falcon and All Pro defensive back Asante Samuel is getting into the rap game. He recently broke the news that (“Eighties Nation”) is officially under construction and he has big plans when it comes to signing talent from inner city communities. 189 more words

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