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10 defensive rookies in need of reboot for 2016 season (Yahoo Sports) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Randy Gregory leads the list after a disappointing start with the Cowboys. Yahoo! Mon, May 23
Falcons' Vic Beasley Jr. samples new dual role as OLB and DE (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Vic Beasley Jr. is learning a new position for his second season with the Atlanta Falcons. Beasley, the Falcons' 2015 first-round pick from Clemson, spent most of his rookie season as a defensive end. Beasley was hanging out with the linebackers and defensive ends in Monday's opening day of the Falcons' offseason team activities. Yahoo! Mon, May 23
NFL Transactions Tracker (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
Nick Mensio keeps track of every offseason transaction for all 32 teams. Yahoo! Sun, May 01
Falcons announce fan-friendly concessions pricing for new stadium (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
Here's a novel idea: an NFL team that actually cares about fans who aren't sitting in private boxes. On Monday, Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank and team president Rich McKay announced a revolutionary concept: "fan first" pricing on popular concession items at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which is set to open before the 2017 NFL season. How friendly will the prices be? Judge for yourself : $2 – Non-alcoholic beverage products with unlimited free refills $2 – Dasani bottled water; hot dogs; pretzels; popcorn $3 – Peanuts; pizza; nachos; waffle fries $5 – 12 oz. domestic beer Blank stressed that the prices are not short-term , a gimmick to celebrate the opening of the stadium; they are part of a "core philosophy" to say thank you to fans for their loyalty. The pricing will be in place for all events at the stadium: Falcons games, Atlanta United FC games and major events already scheduled, like the Peach Bowl, SEC Championship game and NCAA Final Four (scheduled for 2020). And when it comes to the soda refills, there will be self-serve stations away from the concession stands, so fans can help themselves. Quite the gesture, in our opinion. Yahoo! Mon, May 16
Blank says work on Falcons' new stadium is on schedule (Yahoo Sports) Courtesy of

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the future home of the Atlanta Falcons football team stands under construction, at left, next to the team's current stadium, the Georgia Dome, Monday, May 16, 2016, in Atlanta. Falcons owner Arthur Blank says the new stadium is on schedule to open in June, 2017 as scheduled and he's hoping it will be announced next week as the site of a Super Bowl. The Falcons also unveiled their new food and beverage plan which includes $2 hot dogs and soft drinks, a sharp decrease from current prices at the Georgia Dome. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

As he awaits word on Atlanta's bid for to host a Super Bowl, Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said Monday construction of the team's new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is back on schedule to open in June, 2017. NFL owners will choose next week between Atlanta and other cities competing to host Super Bowls in 2019, 2020 and 2021. The vote will be taken at the NFL owners meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Yahoo! Mon, May 16
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Quarterback College External Player News Links
Sean Renfree Duke
Matt Ryan Boston College
Matt Schaub Virginia
Matt Simms Tennessee
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Tevin Coleman Indiana
Patrick DiMarco South Carolina
Devonta Freeman Florida State
Gus Johnson Stephen F. Austin
Will Ratelle North Dakota
Terron Ward Oregon State
Brandon Wilds South Carolina
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Devin Fuller
C.J. Goodwin California (PA)
Justin Hardy East Carolina
Devin Hester Miami (FL)
Daje Johnson Texas
Julio Jones Alabama
Jordan Leslie Brigham Young
J.D. McKissic Arkansas State
Aldrick Robinson Southern Methodist
Mohamed Sanu Rutgers
Eric Weems Bethune-Cookman
Nick Williams Connecticut
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Austin Hooper Stanford
Josh Perkins Washington
Jacob Tamme Kentucky
D.J. Tialavea Utah State
Levine Toilolo Stanford
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Matt Bryant Baylor
Nick Rose Texas
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Jonathan Babineaux Iowa
Vic Beasley Jr. Clemson
Adrian Clayborn Iowa
Josh Dawson Georgia
Ben Garland Air Force
Malliciah Goodman Clemson
Ra'Shede Hageman Minnesota
Tyson Jackson LSU
Grady Jarrett Clemson
Cory Johnson Kentucky
Chris Mayes Georgia
Joey Mbu Houston
Derrick Shelby Utah
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De'Vondre Campbell
Torrey Green Utah State
Deion Jones LSU
Ivan McLennan Washington State
Brooks Reed Arizona
LaRoy Reynolds Virginia
Tyler Starr South Dakota
Courtney Upshaw Alabama
Sean Weatherspoon Missouri
Philip Wheeler Georgia Tech
Paul Worrilow Delaware
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Robert Alford Southeastern Louisiana
Ricardo Allen Purdue
Jalen Collins LSU
Charles Godfrey Iowa
Kemal Ishmael UCF
Devonte Johnson Weber State
Akeem King San Jose State
David II Mims Texas State
Keanu Neal Florida
Sharrod Neasman Florida Atlantic
Damian Parms Florida Atlantic
Brian Poole Florida
Jordan Sefon St. Cloud State
Robenson Therezie Auburn
Desmond Trufant Washington
DeMarcus Van Dyke Miami (FL)