We are one week closer to the start of the 2015 NFL season, and there has been plenty of news in the past seven days.
The Falcons have signed a couple of their draftees to contracts, while also finding news on the potential of hosting a Super Bowl in 2019 or 2020.
Julio Jones has been a topic of discussion. Will he sign a new deal? When? How much will it cost the Falcons? He doesn’t seem too worried about his contract right now, as he’s been busy entering the restaurant business. Let’s begin this week’s news roundup.
Will the Atlanta Falcons win the NFC South? It’s going to be wide open once again in 2015, but have the Falcons done enough to overcome the Panthers? Cast your vote here.
William Moore should be ready for training camp — James Rael of The Falcoholic
William Moore is still rehabbing, but should reportedly be ready by training camp.
This time of year, every team is filled with optimism ahead of the new season. With the 2015 NFL Draft in the books, what were the best and worst picks made by each team in the NFC South?
You will be able to catch a glimpse of the new-look Falcons before the season kicks off during the mandatory minicamp in June.
The Falcons’ third round pick has signed his contract, reportedly worth $3.22 million.
2015 is pivotal season for Kemal Ishmael — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
Kemal Ishmael contributed on defense and special teams last year, and 2015 could be a pivotal year for him.
Could Atlanta host a Super Bowl in 2019 or 2020? Atlanta are joined by Tampa Bay, New Orleans and Miami in the running to host either game.
The Falcons will be looking to lock up star receiver Julio Jones long term, but should they be patient with the process?
Fifth round draft choice Grady Jarrett has been considered a steal by many. How does he fit into the Falcons’ defense?
The NFL is in the process of revealing its annual Top 100 players list. Matt Ryan was the first Atlanta Falcons to be revealed.
Atlanta ‘hosted’ the Detroit Lions in London last year. Should the Falcons ever return to Wembley Stadium?
How much is too much for Julio Jones deal? — James Rael of The Falcoholic
Julio Jones is in line to get a lucrative new deal, but how much is too much?
Julio Jones is a man of many talents. He has now entered the restaurant business to alongside his football career.
The next stage of the offseason is almost here. On May 26, the Falcons will get their OTAs underway.
Patriots fans gather at Gillette Stadium for ‘Free Brady’ rally — Conor Orr of NFL.com
Free Brady? Really? Apparently so. This soap opera continues as Pats fans gather at Gillette Stadium in a ‘Free Brady’ rally.