Kerry Meier

#80WR,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 220
Born:
College: Kansas
Birth Place: Pittsburg, Kansas
Draft: 2010 5th round (34th pick) by the
  • ABC News7 minutes ago

    Michael Vick says no talks with Falcons on 1-day retirement deal

    ATLANTA -- Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick clarified recent statements regarding retirement, saying he has not spoken with anyone from the organization about signing a one-day contract to retire a Falcon. Vick, hosting his V7 Elite Playmakers Showcase Series football event Sunday, said he's hopeful such will happen. "Well, I haven't talked to anybody about it specifically," Vick told ESPN. "It's something that I've really been thinking about trying to get done. I was asked the question the other day is that what I want, and I said, 'Yeah.' "So, yeah, I think in due time, it's something that can potentially happen." Vick has maintained a close relationship with Falcons owner Arthur

  • Mohamed Sanu posts Instagram tribute to his late father
    Falcons Wire

    Mohamed Sanu posts Instagram tribute to his late father

    It may be a job for some people, but at the end of the day football is still a game. Nothing can remind us of that fact quicker than a death in the family. Last night Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu posted a message on his Instagram account of a photo with a simple message: R.I.P. Daddy: A post shared by Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@mohamedsanu) on May 26, 2017 at 1:08pm PDT When Sanu was a child, his father Samuel fled Sierra Leone with his family and raised them in Sayreville, New Jersey. Samuel was a great athlete in his own right and was a renowned professional soccer player. Our thoughts are with Sanu and his family at this time.

  • Which major Seahawks name will be gone by 2018?
    Field Gulls

    Which major Seahawks name will be gone by 2018?

    Turnover on the Seattle Seahawks roster since 43-8 has been high. A mile high, you might even say. By the end of 2016, most of the men who discombobulated the Denver Broncos were out of the NFL or on other teams. 46 Seahawks appeared in XLVIII. In the season-ending playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons three years later, only 16 of the same men were active. Thirty of them vanished. However, big-time star turnover remained low. Sure, Golden Tate got more money from Detroit; Russell Okung talked the Broncos into a weird deal with lots of dollars attached; Byron Maxwell hit the Philadelphia Powerball; Bruce Irvin is in Oakland making coin with other assorted Seahawks, some of whom took a more circuitous