Roundup: Terrelle Pryor visiting with Redskins
Terrelle Pryor is out to find a new mate. As talks continue to stall with Cleveland, the former Browns wideout is visiting with the Washington Redskins, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Dan Quinn: Tom Brady's growth has 'come full circle'
After competing against Tom Brady for years, coach Dan Quinn notes the quarterback has managed to add to his in-game repertoire while maintaining all of his gains from early in his career.
Why is Dan Quinn the NFL's most unique coach?
Falcons coach Dan Quinn is the most unique coach that veteran defender Dwight Freeney has ever encountered. But what makes the Falcons' head honcho so unique? Chris Wesseling explores.
Injuries: Henry Anderson believed to have torn ACL
Colts rookie defensive end Henry Anderson is believed to have torn his ACL, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Read about the rest of the injuries we are tracking on Monday.
Injuries: McCoy hurts shoulder; Lacy injures groin
DeMarcus Ware's Sunday was cut short in Indianapolis due to a back injury. Ware wasn't the only big-name player to go down in Week 9. Take a look at the other injuries that we're tracking.
10 AFC players with make or break seasons
Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron and Chiefs offensive tackle Eric Fisher are entering 2015 with a lot to prove. Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at 10 players with a lot of pressure to produce.
Eight things we learned Thursday at SEC Media Days
LSU running back Leonard Fournette declares the Tigers program as "DB U," a Georgia receiver writes a children's book, Reggie Ragland reveals his 2016 NFL Draft status, and five more things we learned at SEC Media Days.
Weakest defensive position groups
The Raiders' defensive line could be in trouble with veteran Justin Tuck leading the charge. So is the Patriots' revamped cornerback group. Which position groups look the most unfinished?
2015 NFL Draft: Positions teams favor/avoid in first round
Do NFL teams tend to target certain positions in the first round of the NFL draft? CFB 24/7 looked at the drafting tendencies of all 32 teams to see which positions they seem to favor or avoid early on.
Atlanta Falcons season preview: Shortcomings on D
With Tony Gonzalez gone, the stars are aligned for Atlanta's Julio Jones to have a huge year. Will a new emphasis on tougher line play help the Falcons bounce back from an embarrassing 2013?
Jonathan Vilma to replace Sean Weatherspoon?
Who will replace Sean Weatherspoon in Atlanta's defense? The Falcons are considering former Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma, Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday.
Mike Tice: Offensive line is Atlanta Falcons' engine
New assistant coach Mike Tice says the offensive line is the engine that makes Matt Ryan and Julio Jones go. Are the Falcons the NFL's most improved team on both sides of the line of scrimmage?
Projected 2014 starters: Atlanta Falcons
Jake Matthews will be a plug-and-play offensive tackle for the Falcons. But which side will he protect? Marc Sessler attempts to answer the question by predicting Atlanta's 2014 depth chart.
Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons revitalized by 2014 NFL Draft
Two of the biggest duds from 2013 are crushing this offseason. Adam Schein lauds the Houston Texans (who took Jadeveon Clowney at No. 1) and Atlanta Falcons (who snagged Jake Matthews).
Jadeveon Clowney not only defensive end criticized by scouts
Scouting opinions on the defensive ends available in the upcoming NFL draft aren't exactly glowing. And South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney isn't the only one drawing fire.
Sammy Watkins to Cleveland Browns? 2014 NFL Draft's ideal fits
Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match ... Adam Schein is up to the task, providing nine perfect draft marriages. Can you imagine Aaron Donald joining Jason Pierre-Paul on the New York Giants?
Atlanta Falcons' draft needs: Khalil Mack could upgrade D-line
The Atlanta Falcons desperately need an edge rusher after tying for 29th in sacks last year. Daniel Jeremiah says that if Khalil Mack is on the board at No. 6 overall, drafting him is a no-brainer.
Roster Reset: Winners and losers in free agency
There are still wars to be won by front offices this offseason, but the free agency battle is done. As we wrap up the Roster Reset series, the ATL team picks the biggest winners and losers.
Roster Reset: NFC South
Lovie Smith and Co. have revamped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' roster, signing 17 new players. But will it be enough to take control of the NFC South?
Which teams signed the most new players?
The offseason has featured big changes in Tampa Bay and New York. The 49ers, meanwhile, barely have brought in new talent. We examine which teams made the most moves.
Arthur Blank: Falcons '13 season was 'blip in the charts'
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said his team's disastrous 2013 season was an anomaly. But the team's owner knows the problems that plagued the Falcons last season won't fix themselves.
Brian De La Puente, Chicago Bears agree to contract
The Chicago Bears fortified their offensive line depth by adding reserve center Brian De La Puente on Sunday. The 28-year-old is expected to back up veteran Roberto Garza in the Windy City.
Mike Smith: Atlanta Falcons won't shift to 3-4 defense
Coach Mike Smith said the Atlanta Falcons' recent signings of 3-4 specialists aren't a sign of a massive defensive switch. It's about making sure the defense has the tools to use multiple looks in a game.
Osi Umenyiora to stay with Falcons at current price
Despite reports that Atlanta would ask veteran pass rusher Osi Umenyiora to take a pay cut to keep his roster spot, general manager Thomas Dimitroff says that isn't the case.