Corey Adams

#48LB,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 248
Born:
College: Kansas State
Birth Place: Mountain View, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Michael Vick's football legacy still impacts younger generation
    ESPN.com

    Michael Vick's football legacy still impacts younger generation

    ATLANTA -- Eric Phoenix is just 16 years old, but he knows enough about Michael Vick to want to emulate the former Atlanta Falcons star. It seemed only appropriate when Phoenix, a left-handed quarterback prospect from Savannah, Georgia, was named the quarterback MVP at Vick's V7 Elite Playmakers Showcase Series on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta's inner-city. "I know a lot about Michael Vick," Phoenix said. "I know he went to Virginia Tech, too. And he's the reason why I wear the No. 7." Phoenix was giddy about the 10 minutes of personal instruction he received from Vick at the start of the event. The other athletes in attendance looked awestruck when Vick arrived at Anderson Park and began slinging

  • Desmond Trufant only CB in NFL who did not miss a tackle last season
    Falcons Wire

    Desmond Trufant only CB in NFL who did not miss a tackle last season

    Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks is usually considered the best tackling corner in the league, but it’s possible that Desmond Trufant of the Atlanta Falcons has surpassed him in that regard. According to a stat by Pro Football Focus, Trufant was the only cornerback in the NFL who did not miss a single tackle last season. That gave him a tackling efficiency rate of 100 percent, which is as good as it gets: Perhaps if Trufant had played the entire season that might have changed, but it’s an undeniably impressive feat. Despite his recent surgery, the Falcons gave Trufant a five-year extension that made him one of the top-five paid cornerbacks in the game. That money is clearly going to be

  • 3 reasons Bengals will win the Super Bowl
    Bengals Wire5 hours ago

    3 reasons Bengals will win the Super Bowl

    Going to the Super Bowl is no easy feat. This is a statement Cincinnati Bengals fans are familiar with. However, every season, a surprise team will come out of nowhere and take the league by storm. Last season, it was the Atlanta Falcons. No one predicted the Falcons to get to the biggest stage. Yet, there they were, representing the NFC against the New England Patriots in the big game. A lot of things have to go right in order for a dark horse team to come out of the blue and even then, luck plays a large part. If Cincinnati wants any chance to pull off what the Falcons pulled off in 2016 (minus the 25 point lead they gave up), they need a lot of things to fall into place. But that’s not to