OSHA makes ruling in nitrogen leak that killed 6 at Foundation Food Group
Foundation Food Group faces more than $500,000 in potential fines related to a Jan. 28 nitrogen leak that killed six people, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced, calling the deaths “entirely avoidable.”
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Falcons pick up seven rookie free agents
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The Atlanta Falcons have signed former Georgia defensive end Brandon Miller and six more undrafted rookies.

The Falcons also announced Monday they have signed linebacker Isaac Brown, Central Michigan; punter Jimmie Kaylor, Colorado State; cornerback Glenn Sharpe, Miami; free safety D.J. Wolfe, Oklahoma; running back Jamar Brittingham, Bloomsburg; and offensive tackle Michael Butterworth, Slippery Rock.

Miller (6-4, 254), of Colquitt, played linebacker and defensive end as a senior in 2007. He started seven games at linebacker and finished the season with 34 tackles. He had six tackles and an interception against Mississippi.

Brittingham (6-0, 203) is the all-time leading rusher and scorer for Division II Bloomsburg. He was one of the nine finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the Division II player of the year.

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