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You’re busy. You have a life. You don’t have time to keep up on every bit of Falcons minutiae. But you are a fan. And you do want to know what’s happening with your team. That’s where I come in.

Every Sunday during the offseason, I’ll bring together Falcons news from around the web that I think is either interesting, relevant or both. Or neither. Just depending on my mood.

You’ll still want to check in at for daily content and follow us on Twitter (@FalconsTroy or @LeeTollison) for breaking news and good conversation. But in case you missed anything, I’ll be your safety net.

Here’s a recap of what’s happening on the web.

From J. Michael Moore’s Blog: John Kincade from 680 the Fan thinks the Falcons will be making a move in the draft.

From ESPN: The Falcons strength of schedule rates in the bottom half of the league.

Pro Football Talk breaks down the Falcons needs during this draft.

From the AJC: Could the Falcons go offense in the first round? Gresham and Pouncey visit.

Fanhouse mocks the Falcons 1st pick.

Blogging Dirty’s own Lee Tollison hopes the Falcons catch a tiger by its toe.

The Inquisitr gives the Falcons 2009 draft an Incomplete.

From MMA Mania: In what will surely be a trend, the Falcons incorporate MMA into their training.

From the Falcons official site: Four Falcons sign tender offers.

D3 at the Bird Cage posted his final Mock Draft and he prefers the OLB from Mizzou.

Armchair Linebacker shows us the Falcons biggest draft day booms and busts.

After all the “what if” scenarios, D. Orlando Ledbetter makes his “Real Deal” Mock Draft selections.

From USA Today: Matt Ryan says the Falcons are ready to catch up to the Super Bowl champs.

From the AJC: And because the team needs support from its fans as well, the 2010 cheerleaders were selected.

From J. Michael Moore: You’ll be able to take a peek inside the Falcons War Room come draft day.

From ESPN: Mailbag: Atlanta Falcons edition.

Thanks for reading!

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