- 10:00 am Friday, June 27th, 2014 by D. Orlando Ledbetter
San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis participated in the 5 Star Athlete Management’s football camp hosted by Atlanta-based Super-Agent Todd France and several sponsors on Thursday at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School.
Davis, who recently laid out his case for a new contract as a quest columnist for MMQB.com, is not stressing about his contract position, hopes that Saints tight end Jimmy Graham wins his case and believes that San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is developing nicely.
Here’s what Davis had to say:
Q: How difficult has it been dealing with your contract situation?
A: It hasn’t been difficult at all. There are no worries. There [More]
- 8:01 pm Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 by D. Orlando Ledbetter
FLOWERY BRANCH — The NFL released the Falcons’ 2014 schedule on Wednesday.
Here’s our quickie analysis. Check back later for more in depth coverage of the schedule.
1. Falcons open against Saints in rematch of Vaccaro-Gate game.
2. Only two nationally televised games. (Thurs vs. Tampa Bay and MNF at Packers)
3. Falcons play outdoors in Minnesota in September.
4. Bye Week is exactly at the halfway point.
5. Last quarter of the season is pretty rugged with games against Green Bay, Pittsburgh, New Orleans and Carolina.
7 p.m., Aug. 8, Friday — vs. Miami
8 p.m., Aug. 16, Saturday — at Houston
7 p.m., Aug. 23, Saturday [More]
- 6:58 pm Monday, April 7th, 2014 by D. Orlando Ledbetter
The New Orleans Saints have elected to match an offer sheet the Falcons signed safety Rafael Bush, according to his agent.
The Saints had until Tuesday to match the offer or lose Bush to Atlanta.
The Saints issued Bush a one-year $1.4 million tender earlier this offseason. Bush was originally signed by the Falcons as an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina State in 2010.
Before joining the Saints, he also spent time with the Denver Broncos.
The Falcons did no comment about pending personnel moves.
- 6:00 am Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 by D. Orlando Ledbetter
Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is set to leave for Phoenix today to start the final month of his preparations before Georgia’s Pro Day on April 16.
“He will work with quarterback coach Terry Shea,” said Pat Dye, Jr., Murray’s Atlanta-based agent. “We think the first week he’s there he’s going to be working with RGIII (Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III).”
Murray tore his ACL against Kentucky on Senior Night and had surgery the following Tuesday.
“He’s been training in Pensacola with the Athletes’ Performance, but they also have the Andrews [More]