Jamal Adams gets all the headlines as the pre-eminent physical safety of the current crop of players, and rightfully so. But Atlanta Falcons safety Keanu Neal knows how to dole out punishment too, and is entering free agency after five seasons with the team.
As we enter the NFL’s offseason, with contract extensions, trades and the draft imminent, we take a look at the biggest NFL contracts of all-time.
The Atlanta Falcons to me, with the ever present duo of Quarterback Matt Ryan and Wide Receiver Julio Jones, have always been a pretty consistent outfit.
During the 2020 NFL offseason, the Oakland Raiders moved about 600 miles to the East from Northern California to Las Vegas, Nevada. This promised to open a new chapter in the franchise's long history. This is precisely what they have been able to do thus far, standing out as one of the most impressive contenders for Super Bowl LV.
After yet another underwhelming start to the season, the Atlanta Falcons appear destined to miss the playoffs for the third consecutive season. In addition, the Falcons continue to waste the primes of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones.
With the trade deadline looming, and the recent firing of their head coach and general manager, what steps should the Atlanta Falcons be taking to move the franchise forward in the post-Dan Quinn/Thomas Dimitroff era?
As the NFL trade deadline approaches on Tuesday November 3rd, NFL teams are searching for that mid-season deal that can change their fortunes. Mark Gill evaluates some potential trades for the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers.
As the Falcons continue to stumble through 2020, the Dirty Birds have few positives to take away. Calvin Ridley is one of the few positives for Atlanta so far.
After yet another horrendous collapse against the Chicago Bears, the Falcons made it back to back weeks with horrific collapses. How much more longer is it before Arthur Blank fires Dan Quinn?
The latest edition of Monday Night Football offers a very interesting matchup between the 3-0 Green Bay Packers and the 0-3 Atlanta Falcons. These are two teams that started the season with sky-high expectations. Yet, they've headed in opposing directions since the campaign started in mid-September.
In a division containing New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccanneers, the Atlanta Falcons are ignored in the NFC South. They could yet be a surprise contender in 2020.
Quarterbacks Matt Ryan and Dan Marino are not two names you would usually hear together, but their careers are a lot more similar than you might think.
The rise and fall of Todd Gurley is a startling reminder that nothing is certain.
The Los Angeles Rams face a difficult decision entering this off season regarding their superstar running back Todd Gurley. Despite not being a free agent, Gurley’s production and role in the team has significantly reduced over the past season and a half, leaving many to wonder if he will be seeing the back of LA before the team moves into the brand new SoFi Stadium in September.