• Around the NFC South

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jun 6, 2013
    In the NFC South, there were two significant changes after June 1. The NFC South didn’t fare very well in Williamson’s eyes. Connor Barth has a pretty firm grip on the kicking job, but Dimke will get a look in the preseason. Before I head over to the New Orleans Saints’ practice facility for the second day of minicamp, let’s take a look at the headlines from around the NFC South. The Atlanta Falcons got a $4.5 million credit for the release of Tyson Clabo and the Carolina Panthers cleared up $2.9 million for the release of James Anderson Here’s a look at where each NFC South team stands in relation to the salary cap: $6.437 million under the cap. $9.716 million under the cap. $5.173 million under the cap. Two "A" grades, one B-plus and a B forced me to find a spot on the NFC West fridge for his report card between the Little League team picture and the list of chores for the week. A lot of people are concerned about the pass rush, but Williamson thinks the Saints will be fine in that area with outside linebackers Victor Butler Junior Galette and Martez Wilson possessing the ability to get after the passer.
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    • Around the NFC South

      Let's take a run through some odds and ends from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS A lot of people automatically are assuming that second-year pro Lamar Holmes will be the starting right tackle. It could turn out that way, but Holmes will have to bea…
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    • Grading the NFC South offseason

      Check out this Insider post in which Matt Williamson grades the offseason for every NFC team. The NFC South didn’t fare very well in Williamson’s eyes. The exception is the New Orleans Saints, who got a B-plus. A lot of people are concerned about the
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    • NFC South evening update

      METAIRIE, La. -- Let’s take an evening run through some news and notes from around the NFC South. ATLANTA FALCONS D. Orlando Ledbetter reports that the Falcons are $6.437 million under the salary cap after getting $4.5 million in relief once Tyson Clabo
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  • Putting this report card on NFC West fridge

    The paragraphs accompanying Matt Williamson's effusive offseason report card affirm the NFC West's status as a division on the rise. Two "A" grades, one B-plus and a B forced me to find a spot on the NFC West fridge for his report card between…
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  • NFC South salary-cap check

    I just got a look at the post-June 1 salary-cap figures for all 32 teams. In the NFC South, there were two significant changes after June 1. The Atlanta Falcons got a $4.5 million credit for the release of Tyson Clabo and the Carolina Panthers cleared u…
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