FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Tom Brady found a running mate and the Patriots finally got some balance in their inconsistent offense.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Tom Brady smiled as he slipped through a narrow opening in the crowd of reporters waiting at his locker.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Thomas Dimitroff hesitates to give the New England Patriots too much credit for his success as general manager in Atlanta.
FLOWERY BRANCH - There's no question Boston is Tom Brady's town, but another favorite son is returning for what he hopes will be a successful homecoming.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The Atlanta Falcons have a big hole to fill on the defensive line after first-round pick Peria Jerry sustained a season-ending knee injury in a victory over the Carolina Panthers.
ATLANTA - Matt Ryan has a new favorite receiver. No surprise who it is.
ATLANTA – The biggest question for the Atlanta Falcons this offseason wasn't whether or not Matt Ryan would struggle in Year 2, or whether the questionable defense would hurt the powerful offense.
ATLANTA - The Falcons expect to see an entirely different Jake Delhomme today.
FLOWERY BRANCH - John Abraham took no particular satisfaction in nearly body slamming Jake Long last week.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Tony Gonzalez is the Zen master of tight ends, a guy with Hall of Fame credentials still seeking ultimate perfection.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Atlanta Falcons linebacker Mike Peterson says it was the kind of hit he will miss most when he retires.
ATLANTA - For one week at least, the Falcons answered all those questions about their defense.
ATLANTA - So much for what was supposed to happen.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Falcons and Miami Dolphins took unlikely leaps from the ranks of ridiculed to respected as the NFL's biggest turnaround teams last year.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Ten days after getting traded to the Atlanta Falcons, cornerback Tye Hill finally has an official name plate over his locker.
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LAWRENCEVILLE- The Atlanta Falcons waived linebacker Prince Shembo on Friday, shortly after he was charged with aggravated animal cruelty.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Devonta Freeman believes he is next in line to be the Falcons' starting running back.
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