Allen and Aaron are joined by Blogging Dirty’s Raekwon Gilbert and NFL.com’s Chris Wesseling to discuss the second week of Atlanta Falcons training camp and the upcoming NFL season.
A prediction of which 53 players will make the Atlanta Falcons’ opening-day roster before training camp begins.
The Atlanta Falcons could have a bit more shake up than usual on special teams in this summer’s training camp, with incumbent kicker Matt Bryant and returner Devin Hester facing serious threats to their job security.
The Atlanta Falcons will decipher the roles of Mohamed Sanu and Justin Hardy as well as establish potentially new fourth and fifth receivers in this summer’s training camp.
Allen and Aaron take a deeper dive into the Atlanta Falcons minicamp and OTAs with The Falcholic’s Jeanna Thomas
As it did a year ago, I’m going to make another attempt at projecting what the Atlanta Falcons’ opening-day 53-man roster might look like now…
The Atlanta Falcons might reshape their special teams at kicker, returner and on coverage units for the future in 2016.
The Atlanta Falcons are expected to at least take a few steps in the impending overhaul of their wide receiver group in 2016.
This week’s takeaways discuss the cuts of William Moore and Justin Durant and what other impending moves are on the horizon for the Atlanta Falcons this offseason.
Allen and Aaron are joined by 247 Sports’ Brian L. Jones and The Falcoholic’s Dave Choate to recap the Atlanta Falcons Week 12 loss to the Minnesota Vikigns and preview their upcoming Week 13 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.