Atlanta Falcons News: Falcons offensive line will be tested by Dolphins


Good morning, Falcons fans. There’s good news for the running back situation, as Tevin Coleman is expected to play against the Miami Dolphins on Saturday. With that, let’s get started with today’s links from the world of the Atlanta Falcons.

Offensive line will be tested by Dolphins — John Buhler of ATL All Day

"On Saturday night, the Atlanta Falcons’ offensive line will have their work cut out for them in keeping their Pro Bowl quarterback upright as the Miami Dolphins have two of the best defensive linemen in the business."

Coleman to make Falcons debut against Miami — Andrew Hirsh of

"Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman is scheduled to play on Saturday versus the Dolphins after sitting out the first two preseason games."

Quinn’s positive attitude a plus for Falcons — Vaughn McClure of ESPN

"Whenever the Atlanta Falcons owner catches a glimpse of practice these days, Blank notices how the players feed off head coach Dan Quinn’s energy. Blank sees a coach willing to accept mistakes as long as the effort is clearly evident."

Arthur Blank to hire CEO to oversee businesses — Vaughn McClure of ESPN

"Atlanta Falcons owner and chairman Arthur Blank plans to hire a chief executive officer to oversee all of his for-profit businesses, including the Falcons, he said in a statement released to on Wednesday night."

Moore, Smith and Trufant will not take field Saturday — Jeanna Thomas of The Falcoholic

"William Moore, Antone Smith and Desmond Trufant will not take the field against the Dolphins on Saturday."

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