Nov 29, 2017
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No NFL receiver has ever tallied 2,000 yards in a single season. The Falcons' Julio Jones, whose 1,871 yards in 2015 is second on the all-time list, sees the unreached milestone reachable.
Atlanta's top weapon has left the Falcons' game against the Buffalo Bills due to injury. Julio Jones walked off the field in the second quarter with a hip injury and is questionable to return.
He rarely lifts weights or runs. In his seventh year, Julio Jones learned that a strict diet and personal chef are most important in keeping him elite.
Ric Flair knows how to make a comeback, and after striking up a friendship with Julio Jones, he hopes his struggling Falcons can make one of their own.
Finishing September with 381 yards from scrimmage and six total touchdowns, RB Todd Gurley has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Month.
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The Falcons have signed cornerback Leon McFadden and offensive lineman Austin Pasztor to one-year extensions on Tuesday.
Today's Early Bird Report includes the Falcons’ place in a recent ranking of all 32 NFL offensive lines as well as reports of Case Keenum choosing a new team.
The Falcons announced the signing of cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson on Saturday.
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