Matt Ryan Headlines

  • Column: Atlanta braces for nightmarish Super Bowl matchup

    Coming off two straight trips to the playoffs, the Atlanta Falcons had high hopes of becoming the first true home team in Super Bowl history. Well, those plans were dashed before the leaves changed colors. Now, the city is left with a nightmare of a potential matchup as it prepares to

    ABC News
  • Julio Jones Says Falcons 'Good' Without Antonio Brown

    Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones said he doesn't think the team needs to pursue a trade for fellow superstar wideout Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Bleacher Report
  • Falcons welcome back Koetter to run offense

    Dirk Koetter, who served as the Falcons' offensive coordinator from 2012 to 2014, is returning to the team in the same role. He was recently fired as head coach of the Bucs.

    ESPN.com
  • Packers select offensive whiz Matt LaFleur to be head coach

    The Packers are turning to fast-rising offensive whiz Matt LaFleur to aid Aaron Rodgers and end a two-year absence from the postseason. LaFleur accepted an offer Monday to become Green Bay's next head coach, according to a person familiar with the decision. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because neither the Packers nor the Titans had announced the decision. LaFleur, 39, spent this season as offensive coordinator for Tennessee, his first calling plays in the NFL. He replaces Mike...

    SFGate
  • Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins declares for NFL draft

    Dwayne Haskins is NFL bound after one spectacular season as Ohio State's starting quarterback. The third-year sophomore who rewrote the school record book had been expected to enter the draft and is a projected first-round pick. Haskins said on Twitter on Monday he would forgo

    ABC News
  • Carroll: Seahawks will have talks this offseason on deal for Russell Wilson, who wants to stay

    Coach Pete Carroll says the Seahawks will have talks with representatives for Russell Wilson this offseason on a new deal for the franchise quarterback. His current one ends after the 2019 season. Wilson says he wants to stay in Seattle but is prepared to play next season without a new contract.

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