Dirty Bird Daily: Should Bruce Irvin be on the Atlanta Falcons’ radar?
Good morning, Falcons fans. As you sip your morning coffee, enjoy these stories from the world from the Atlanta Falcons. There is a lot going on, with personnel moves to free agency speculation. Who would you like the Falcons to target on the market?
Could the Bruce Irvin talk be reignited as it was last offseason? Well, it already has been. How good would it be to see him reunited with Dan Quinn in Atlanta? Let’s get started.
Titans nab WR coach Terry Robiskie — Matthew Chambers of The Falcoholic
"Just this morning it was reported that the Tennessee Titans requested permission to interview Falcons wide receiver coach Terry Robiskie. At that time we said the odds felt good that Robiskie was about to leave Atlanta."
Atlanta Falcons takeaways from last week — Aaron Freeman of FalcFans.com
"The Carolina Panthers’ thrilling 31-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday was another highlight in the 2016 postseason but also ended what had might have become a remarkably historic postseason run for a Seahawks team that was trying to become only the third team ever to go to three consecutive Super Bowls."
Breaking down Atlanta’s 2015 rookie class — Andrew Hirsh of AtlantaFalcons.com
"The Falcons’ 2015 Rookie Club, widely considered one of the NFL’s best, made a big impact during their first professional season. Now, many are considered important building blocks as Atlanta looks to return to playoff contention."
Could change in Atlanta include former Bears GM Phil Emery? — Vaughn McClure of ESPN
"The Atlanta Falcons decision to part ways with director of player personnel Lionel Vital this weekend was part of the shakeup owner Arthur Blank cited in a statement announcing he would retain general manager Thomas Dimitroff."
With Seattle eliminated, it’s time to dream of Bruce Irvin — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
"Look, there’s a very good chance that Bruce Irvin will not be a Falcon in 2016. The Seahawks will presumably offer him a princely sum to stay there, he’ll have plenty of suitors, and we have no idea how interested Atlanta is."