September 23, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones (11) catches a touchdown pass while being defended by San Diego Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer (23) during the second quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Passionate Atlanta Falcons fans wanted to write for Blogging Dirty!

If you are passionate about the Atlanta Falcons, and are seeking an opportunity to get out of the forums and publish your own articles, we have the opportunity for you.

Here at Blogging Dirty, we are looking for talented writers to add to our staff. We are always looking for passionate football fans, especially Falcons fans, to add to our staff. If you are interested in writing for Blogging Dirty, I would encourage you to send me an e-mail (listed below) with two writing samples regarding the Falcons, or football in general. The writing samples will reflect your talent in writing as well as your ability to convey opinions and information about football to the fans.

If you are interested in expressing your opinions on the Falcons in a high profile manner, we would love to have you as a part of Blogging Dirty. If you are an NFL Draft junky, we would love to have you be a part of what we are doing as well.  But writing isn’t the only thing that is valued in our site.

If you have other talents that you can share with the Blogging Dirty family, we are always looking for that as well. Some people have the gift of graphic design and others create sick highlight videos and still others are musically gifted or know their way around social media.

Hope to see some of your emails very soon!

Greg Huseth

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  • Daniel

    I’d love to, but as i’m from germany my english may be not as perfect as it has to be :) Unfortunately here in germany we have very few websites which cover the nfl. We’re just so used to reading english articles that a german article about american football somehow sounds weird and wrong :D

  • Falconsfanatic Ram

    Daniel how popular is NFL in Germany

  • Daniel

    Unfortunately american football isn’t very popular here. I guess the main reason for that is that it’s nearly impossible to see any games on tv. The only game broadcasted on free tv is the superbowl and like any late game it’s in the middle of the night here (about 2am). We have some die hard fans here in germany, but they are really rare. The local leagues in germany lack quality players due to the missing popularity of the sport, which again doesn’t bode well for it’s popularity :D It’s a vicious circle! I’ve got an NFL gamepass so I can watch every game live and as often as i want to :)

  • Aaron Ladd

    When should we expect a response by after sending the samples?