Julio Jones

#11WR,
Yds
1409
Y/G
100.6
TD
6
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 220
Born:
College: Alabama
Birth Place: Foley, Alabama
Draft: 2011 1st round (6th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Michael Vick hoping to officially retire as member of Falcons

    Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick says he is in talks with the Atlanta Falcons to sign a one-day contract and officially retire with his first NFL team. "Hopefully soon," Vick, 37, told CBS Atlanta about the potential of the ceremonial deal. Vick has not played in the league since 2015 and told ESPN's Josina Anderson in February that he is retired. The Falcons made Vick the No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 draft. His tenure in Atlanta infamously ended when he was found guilty of dogfighting in 2007 and served 23 months in prison. The Falcons officially released him in 2009. Following his reinstatement to the NFL, Vick played five seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles, then one season each for the

  • Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad
    Panthers Wire

    Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad

    The Carolina Panthers added some talent this week from the other side of the globe. On Thursday, the team added Nigerian born and London-raised defensive end Efe Obada to their practice squad. When the news broke, Obada told NFL Films how he got into football and the effect it has had on him as a man: Carolina was awarded Obada through the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program, which gave each NFC South team an under-the-radar prospect from outside of the United States. He has previously spent time on the practice squads for several teams around the league, including the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons. If nothing else, Obada’s size should make him an attractive option

  • 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.