The Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins, and New York Jets became the latest groups of NFL players to say they won't be attending in-person voluntary offseason workouts. With a post through the NFL Players Association, the six teams joined the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers, Broncos, Seahawks, Giants, Bears, Raiders, Lions, Browns, and Patriots in declaring their intent to skip the sessions that can begin on Monday.
Former Atlanta Falcons head coach Jim Mora Jr. took some time this week to talk with NFL Draft Bible’s Ric Serritella about the Atlanta Falcons. New head coach Arthur Smith is trying to flip the momentum of the organization back to its winning ways. When asked to give some advice for Smith, Mora emphasized, “Win fast.
In the last few years, the team has allowed Coleman to leave via free agency and seen Freeman, the longtime starter, suffer some tough injuries and show legitimate decline in 2019 in his first year with Dirk Koetter. He’d eventually be cut. signing Todd Gurley, now a free agent, was brought in to replace Freeman.