Atlanta Falcons News: Travis Benjamin a great fit for Falcons
Good morning, Falcons fans. Welcome to the Dirty Bird Daily. As you sip your coffee this Tuesday morning, enjoy these articles from around the Atlanta Falcons blogosphere.
Falcons takeaways from last week — Aaron Freeman of FalcFans.com
It was a busy week in the NFL with all of the news from the Scouting Combine. This weekly article from Aaron Freeman is always fun to read. He goes in-depth looking back at the past seven days and how it relates to the Atlanta Falcons.
Travis Benjamin a great fit for Falcons — Nick Ziegler of NFL Spin Zone
The Falcons are reportedly interested in wide receiver Mohamed Sanu from Cincinnati, but perhaps one they should be playing closer attention to is Travis Benjamin, a lightning fast deep threat from Cleveland. Benjamin has the ability to take the top off a defense.
NFL considering eliminating chop-block rule — ESPN
A potential rule change for the 2016 season is the elimination of the chop-block. This is another measure to protect players from injuries, particularly around the knee area. This would be a smart move.
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Who starts at strong safety for the Falcons? — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
There is a vacancy at strong safety for the Falcons, so that begs the question: Who will be the starter in 2016? Will it be Kemal Ishmael? Robenson Therezie? A draft pick or free agent? The Falcoholic readers cast their vote. What’s your opinion?