This is the February 11, 2013 news archive. View today's Falcons rumors and news.
Atlanta Falcons UFAs - OL Sam Baker (5), RB Mike Cox (5), TE Tony Gonzalez (16), CB Brent Grimes (5), S Chris Hope (11), OL Todd McClure (14), QB Luke McCown (9), S William Moore (4), CB Christopher Owens (4), LB Mike Peterson (14), OL Garrett Reynolds
NFC South evening updateUpdated Feb 11 Share TweetLet’s take a run through some odds and ends from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS Remember Ray Edwards, the free-agent bust the Falcons released in the middle of last season? Well, after no other team signed him, Edwards apparently turned to boxing.Share TweetSince being released by the Atlanta Falcons in November, defensive end Ray Edwards has embarked on a fledgling boxing career. The video above comes from a recent bout that Edwards had in West Fargo, North Dakota. I don't know why Edwards is fighting a s…Source: deadspin.com
Falcons have to make call on RobinsonUpdated Feb 11 Share TweetThere is a lot of speculation floating out there about the future of cornerback Dunta Robinson with the Atlanta Falcons. That situation should become clear soon enough. If the Falcons are going to part ways with Robinson, they need to do it before the f…Share TweetWe still have a little more than a month left before the start of free agency, but let’s start taking a look at who the potential free agents are for each NFC South team. Let’s start with the Atlanta Falcons. Their potential unrestricted free agents a
Double Coverage: Falcons' biggest threat?Feb 11Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud and Steve Wyche discuss the biggest threats to the Falcons and player safety.
Peter King: Looking back at Greg Roman's play calling, more mailFeb 11In the coming years, when I think about the Super Bowl just played, I know I'll think about the play that might have been: third-and-goal from the Baltimore 5. Colin Kaepernick, at the snap of the ball, took one step back and Frank Gore roared in front …
Clayton's mailbag: Big spending, subpar resultsFeb 11The teams that spent the most in 2012 got little bang for their buck. Plus, answers to reader questions.