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Falcons stadium ideas move in previously unseen directions

Falcons stadium ideas move in previously unseen directions

profootballtalk.com yahoo.com Updated May 1, 2013
There’s been a lot of discussion of late about ways to create NFL stadium experiences unique enough to entice fans to part with money for tickets instead of watching the games on their widescreen HDTVs. 360 Architecture has come up with a few novel prop
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  • NFC South offseason schedules

    NFC South offseason schedules

    ESPN.com May 1, 2013
    There seems to be a little bit of a lull in news after the NFL draft, but that’s not going to last long. Two NFC South teams will hold rookie minicamps later this week and the other two will follow next week. Teams already are into their offseason progr
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  • Todd McShay high on Falcons' draft

    Todd McShay high on Falcons' draft

    ESPN.com May 1, 2013
    The Atlanta Falcons didn’t do anything too flashy in the NFL draft. But they certainly addressed their one glaring need. That was cornerback. “They attacked that position,’’ ESPN draft guru Todd McShay said in the attached video. The Falcons used
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  • NFC South under-the-radar rookies

    NFC South under-the-radar rookies

    ESPN.com May 1, 2013
    Let’s have a little fun and look back at the latter stages of the NFL draft. I’m going to pick one player from each team who was drafted after the third round that might end up getting significant playing time as a rookie. ATLANTA FALCONS Defensive en
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  • Video - Team That Filled Biggest Need 01:38

    Team That Filled Biggest Need

    May 1
    Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay identify which team filled the biggest need in the NFL draft.

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  • Don Banks: Eagles QB situation, Anquan Boldin trade headline NFL offseason…

    May 1
    The bulk of free agency is finished and the 2013 draft is in the books, meaning NFL teams are set, for the most part, on the personnel front. The usual doses of spring practice and preparation remain between now and the start of training camp for the 20…