Will Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman bounce back in 2016? Who will win the right guard job at training camp? That and more in the Dirty Bird Daily.
Good morning, Falcons fans. It’s officially the week of training camp. At long last, the road to football is back on. Blogging Dirty’s Colin Hubbard will be reporting back from training camp this week, so make sure you stay tuned to the site for updates on how the 2016 Atlanta Falcons are shaping up.
Meanwhile, our “Falcons 50” countdown rolls on. You can check out the full countdown here. We’re currently running down the biggest games of the season for Atlanta, with No. 3 on the list revealed later today. Stay tuned.
Let’s get started with the Dirty Bird Daily. As you sip your coffee this fine Monday morning, enjoy these articles from around the internet.
Falcons training camp battles: Who wins the right guard job? — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
A storyline to follow at training camp is with the starting right guard job. Chris Chester returned on a one-year deal, but will Mike Person get the job? The Falcoholic staff make their predictions.
Will Tevin Coleman bounce back this year? — Ford Nicholson of ATL All Day
It was a disappointing rookie season for Tevin Coleman. Despite showing flashes of potential, fumbles hurt his time on the field. Will Coleman bounce back in his second year?
CBS: Mohamed Sanu Sr. is the most overrated Falcons player — Matthew Chambers of The Falcoholic
According to Pete Prisco of CBS Sports, Mohamed Sanu is the most overrated Falcons player. There is an awful lot wrong with that statement. The most overrated player? That’s a little hard to believe. Sanu hasn’t got a lot of love in the national media, and it’s on him to prove everyone wrong.