Bleacher Report’s NFC South reporter, Knox Bardeen drops by to talk Falcons and the rest of the division. The guys talk about the week of practice, the Falcons’ contingency plan for all the injuries, and […]
It might be prudent for any Falcons fan to double-check the updated depth chart because there’s a good chance some of the starters for Atlanta are players you’ve never heard of, thanks to the large number of injuries.
Will Carroll stops by for his weekly hit with Mac and Jason to update us on the details of the Falcons injuries and other injuries around sports. . . . .
In just two days of practice, four Atlanta Falcons have already been listed as out for the game against the Miami Dolphins. Can Atlanta give Miami its first loss of the season with such a lack of depth?
John Manasso, who covers the Falcons for FoxSportsSouth.com, joined Overtime with Jim Murray to give us the latest on the Falcons’ injury-plagued roster. Manasso said he’s “not quite ready to say [the Falcons' injuries] are […]
The news just keeps getting better for the Falcons, as they prepare for the Dolphins in week three. Today, we all found out that linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is going to the “short-term” injured reserve and […]
The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s D. Orlando Leadbetter joins the show to update us on the Falcons injuries and how the team plans to replace them going forward. . . . .
Normally Falcons wide receivers Harry Douglas and Drew Davis don’t get a lot of recognition because they back up Julio Jones and Roddy White. With both starting wide receivers Jones and White listed as questionable, Douglas and Davis might have to work overtime against St. Louis.
On the number of snaps the 1st team will get: “Well, were going to see them play more than they did the first ball game. Then we’ve got some specific guys we want to play […]
On how today’s practice went preparing for the Ravens: “Well, we’re not really in preparation for the Ravens. We spent today working specific situations that were in our install, still installing offensively and defensively. We […]