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Atlanta Sports News and Rumors
Frank Gore's efforts in the San Francisco 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Atlanta Falcons didn't go unnoticed by the NFL, which decided he wore his socks last Sunday a little too low to its liking.Upvote Share Tweet
The Arizona Diamondbacks are seriously discussing a trade of Justin Upton to the Atlanta Braves Wednesday evening, according to sources.Upvote Share Tweet
Braves' McCann targets return for Opening DayESPN.com Jan 23, 2013Brian McCann would like to be behind the plate on opening day and beat the projections which have him missing the start of the season.Upvote Share Tweet
Police make arrest in stabbing outside Georgia Domeprofootballtalk.com Jan 23, 2013Police say they have arrested the man who committed a stabbing outside the Georgia Dome following the Falcons’ loss to the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday. James Lewis McCoy of Villa Rica, Georgia, was arrested on Tuesday. There’s no wordUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 23, 2013Atlanta Falcons The Falcons released strength coach Jeff Fish over "philosophical differences," Fox Sports reports. The move is something of a surprise, the Journal-Constitution adds, given that the likes of Tony Gonzalez and Matt Ryan had cre…Upvote Share Tweet
Sources: Braves Target Justin UptonJan 23Sources: Diamondbacks are discussing a trade of Justin Upton to the Braves.
Inside the Huddle: Lessons Learned, Running Backs and Draft Picks...Jan 23John Clayton goes deep on QBs over 30 in search of a Super Bowl ring, the future of Michael Turner in Atlanta, what Frank Gore loves about Colin Kaepernick, and Cleveland's second thoughts on their draft picks for the Julio Jones trade.
Hawks Snap Road WoesJan 23Josh Smith scores 30 points as Hawks snap six-game road slide with 104-92 win over Bobcats.
Techin' In With Tony GonzalezJan 23ESPN's Katie Linendoll chats with NFL star Tony Gonzalez about a new fitness app designed to make working out easier for people.