Chris Redman

#8QB,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 225
Born:
College: Louisville
Birth Place: Louisville, Kentucky
Draft: 2000 3rd round (13th pick) by the
  • Mike Vick, Steve Smith, Justin Forsett ready for retirement
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    Mike Vick, Steve Smith, Justin Forsett ready for retirement

    Life after football hits some NFL players harder than others. Michael Vick, Steve Smith and Justin Forsett are adjusting to their post-NFL careers in different ways. Vick, the dynamic four-time Pro Bowl quarterback who was honored with a retirement ceremony by the Atlanta Falcons last week, isn't hanging up the cleats just yet. He signed with the American Flag Football League as both a player and adviser for the 7-on-7 organization that debuts in 2018. He's planning to play in a demonstration game Tuesday at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California. "I think it's great being a retired NFL player (and having) another outlet, to have a chance to go play football and be competitive," Vick told The

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    Devonta Freeman says he would have been Super Bowl MVP if Falcons kept him in game

    Devonta Freeman is having a hard time letting go of the Atlanta Falcons' Super Bowl LI loss to the New England Patriots, and that includes what he perceives as his own lost chance at winning MVP of the game. "I hate to go there but I was supposed to be the MVP this year of the Super Bowl, but it's all good, we got another shot," the Falcons running back said Wednesday on SiriusXM Blitz. "I don't want to make this no competition thing with me and my quarterback ( Matt Ryan). I'm just talking about from based off that game. Let's (say) it like this: if I would have kept getting the ball, if I would have stayed in the game, I don't know why I got out of the game actually. "But if I would have stayed

  • Swindell: After Falcons' Super Bowl Collapse, "The Next Day Didn't Seem Real"
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    Swindell: After Falcons' Super Bowl Collapse, "The Next Day Didn't Seem Real"

    Cole Swindell is one of the biggest stars in country music, but he’s also a diehard Atlanta Falcons fan. And even when the Falcons were up 28-3 in the Super Bowl, he wasn’t confident; he was nverous. “I hate to say that, but I knew who we were playing,” Swindell said on CBS Sports Radio’s The DA Show. “I think things change, your game plan changes. It’s hard to hold on to that. We had it.” Swindell, a Georgia native, watched the game in Canada with Dierks Bentley, who rented out a room for a watch party. Swindell, 33, was the only huge Atlanta fan there, but many people were cheering for the Falcons because they were the underdogs. At 28-3, there was excitement. At 34-28, there was despair. “It