Looks like Patrick DiMarco will land in San Francisco with former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. Buffalo Bills are close to signing the fullback to a 4 year deal. Source: The #Bills are bringing in FB Patrick DiMarco formerly of the #Falcons. It’s a 4-year deal worth $8.5M. More than $4M guaranteed. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 8, 2017 What are you thoughts FalconsFam?
Falcons wide wide receiver Taylor Gabriel stated in an article that he wants to stay in Atlanta. He feels he’s found a home and wants to stay in Atlanta Falcons forever. In the below below ya boy Mad Mike gives his opinion on whether or not the Falcons should bring back Gabriel.
Falcons continue to moves to their coaching staff bringing in former San Francisco 49ers sack master Bryant Young. Falcons dismissed defensive line coach Bryan Cox. Bryant served as defensive line coach under Quinn in 2011 and 2012.
As Falcons Fans sit back and wait for the off-season to begin. Rumors continue to swirl and no one knows what to believe. Well Mad Mike knows for a FACT that Ohio State Wide Receiver Braxton Miller would love to play alongside Julio Jones. In an article written by TheFalcoholic Braxton Miller was quoted by a well known source at the Senior Bowl. Check it out.
With Dan Quinn vowing to rebuild both offensive and defensive lines. Came across an article of potential moves that could very well happen. Check it out sports fanatics, a list of players the Atlanta Falcons should move on from. Don’t forget to follow ya boy @MadMikeSports on Twitter. I would love to chat with you.
Falcons Fam Jeff Schultz had the chance to talk to Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff about the possibility of signing potential free agent Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice and recently released 49ers Superstar pass rusher Aldon Smith. Thomas Dimitroff on signing Ray Rice!! “We do not (have interest in Rice). … We’re happy with the development of our young guys at running back and we think our chemistry is…
Forsett is coming off of a 1,200 yard 8 TDs Pro Bowl Season. Told the BaltimoreSun that he wishes to stay in Baltimore, but is keepinghis options open, because it’s just “business.” Justin Forsett on returning to Baltimore. “I would love to stay here. I want to be here in Baltimore. They gave me my shot, gave me my opportunity. But then again, there’s that business side we have to…