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Falcons refuse to play along with goading PantherUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share Tweet
Give the Falcons credit for perspective, and kindness. A day after Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy said his 3-9 team was better than the 11-1 Falcons, the Falcons reacted the way you’d pat a child on the top of the head when they say something cute. â
Falcons secondary battling injuries this weekUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetFalcons safety William Moore was the NFC defensive player of the week for the job he did against the Saints in Week 13, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be at full speed if he’s on the field to attempt making it two straight against the Panthers thisShare TweetBy Michael Cunningham FLOWERY BRANCH—Falcons cornerback Asante Samuel (shoulder) and safety William Moore (hamstring) sat out practice for the second consecutive day. “Those two guys, we will see if we can get them out here and move around a little mo
Atlanta Falcons: Tony Gonzalez on Greg Hardy’s trash talk: ‘What else is he going to say?’ They haven’t won’Updated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetBy Michael Cunningham FLOWERY BRANCH—The inflammatory comments by Carolina defensive end Greg Hardy got the attention of the Falcons. His quotes were a topic of conversation during team meetings this morning. But the tone among the Falcons seemed to be
Atlanta Falcons: NIU alums Turner and Schiller to ESPN’s Herbstreit: ‘Bite me!’Updated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetBy Michael Cunningham FLOWERY BRANCH—Here is what Falcons players and Northern Illinois alums Michael Turner and Pat Schiller had to say about ESPN college football analyst Kirk Hebstreit’s harsh criticism of their alma mater’s Orange Bowl bid: MichShare TweetSomewhere in the process -- and I can’t put my finger on exactly where -- Mike Smith changed buzzwords. The coach of the Atlanta Falcons still is about as predictable as a Mike Mularkey offense. But “the process" Smith talked so much about in his firsSource: ESPN.com
Atlanta Falcons: Cam Newton Q-and-AUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetFLOWERY BRANCH—Excerpts from Carolina quarterback Cam Newton’s conference call with Atlanta reporters. Q. Falcons guys have noticed you seem more comfortable the last few weeks and the numbers have come as well. Any explanation as to why it’s been bShare TweetWhen the Falcons finished off their dramatic comeback 30-28 win over the Panthers in Week Four, quarterback Matt Ryan was caught by television cameras sending a message to the visitors from Carolina. “Get the (expletive) off our field!” Ryan said. The
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