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profootballtalk.com Updated Jun 7, 2013
Through the first seven Mt. Rushmores unveiled on NBCSN’s Pro Football Talk, the official show selections (i.e., mine) meshed with at least three of the PFT Planet choices. For the first team unveiled on Thursday, the Bucs, we agreed on all four. For thUpvote Share Tweet
NFC South afternoon updateTime for a quick afternoon trip through some headlines from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS The Falcons are close to reaching a contract agreement with second-round pick Robert Alford, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter. Alford has a chance to compe…Upvote Share TweetA first-year player who has turned heads in OTAs/minicamps: Atlanta Falcons: Second-round pick Robert Alford has made a very positive impression in the OTAs and could be putting himself in position to challenge for a starting cornerback spot. First-roun…Upvote Share TweetGo ahead and circle your calendar for the Week 10 game between the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks. The hype for the rematch of last season’s playoff game already has started, thanks to Atlanta receiver Roddy White and Seattle cornerback Richard ShUpvote Share TweetA quick reminder that our weekly NFC South chat will be held Friday at 1 p.m. ET. If you can join us, bring your questions on the Buccaneers, Falcons, Panthers and Saints. Here’s your free ticket into the chat.Upvote Share Tweet
Falcons swap out tight endsprofootballtalk.com Jun 7, 2013The Atlanta Falcons announced a pair of roster moves at the tight end position on Thursday. The Falcons signed former University of California tight end Anthony Miller and waived/injured tight end Adam Nissley. Miller was signed by the Denver Broncos la…Upvote Share Tweet
Don Banks: Smith and Co. ready to step up for departed Boldin in BaltimoreJun 7OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Of all the roster defections and body blows the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens suffered after the giddiness of their celebration died down, none has the potential to leave a bigger void than the surprising loss of veteran rece…