Atlanta Falcons News: Falcons offense is clicking at camp


Good morning, Falcons fans. Training camp continues on, and we move one day closer to the Atlanta Falcons’ first preseason game on Friday. As you sit back with your morning coffee, without further ado, let’s get started with the Dirty Bird Daily.

5 observations from practice on Tuesday — D. Orlando Ledbetter of

"“We had a special category today involving no-huddle,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. “I thought that was a good start of us. There was some more move-the-ball situations. At the end, we were working against one another. It was a good day. It was a good work day. A good camp day.”"

Practice fights unlikely for Dan Quinn-led Falcons — Vaughn McClure of ESPN

"Last year, during joint training camp sessions with Tennessee, the Atlanta Falcons’ center was ejected by officials after a skirmish with Titans safety Michael Griffin. You had to wonder if both teams were playing to the cameras, with HBO’s “Hard Knocks” recording every move."

Arthur Blank notices Vic Beasley, on special teams — Vaughn McClure of ESPN

"Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank already knew what type of talent he had in Vic Beasley, but even Blank was surprised by what he saw from the rookie last Friday night."

Falcons Training Camp: The offense is clicking — Jeanna Thomas of The Falcoholic

"The Falcons were back in pads today, and this practice marked the third days of a consistent lineup along the offensive line. The first team offense as a whole was really clicking today."

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