The Falcons hit the field at Arsenal Training Centre again on Friday to practice for their upcoming match against the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
Wide receiver Harry Douglas was limited in practice for the second day in a row and could be back on the field Sunday after a four-game absence
Head coach Mike Smith spoke to the media in London on Thursday about the offensive line, specifically WR Harry Douglas' return to practice participation.
The Atlanta Falcons continued preparations for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions on Thursday. The team practiced at Arsenal Training Centre after a session with the media. Here are pictures of the day.
A big part of any culture is the food and as the Falcons immerse themselves into a London lifestyle this week, some are enjoying the tastes and others aren't.
Head coach Mike Smith said before practice Thursday that wide receiver Harry Douglas would be a limited participant, something he hasn't been since Week 4
This week's game in London isn't the first time the Falcons have played abroad. In 2000 and 2005 the Falcons traveled to Tokyo, Japan for the American Bowl, a preseason game played internationally.
A virtual unknown, Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy has had a breakthrough year in an impressive front seven and the Falcons know he's going to need attention
The Falcons will be set for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff here in London, but back home, fans will be waking up with them as the game gets started at 9:30 a.m. ET
The game in London is not the first time the Atlanta Falcons have gone abroad to play football. Find out about one of these games in 2005 in which the Falcons defeated the Colts in Tokyo, Japan.
Head coach Mike Smith and Quarterback Matt Ryan spoke to the media in London on Wednesday prior to their practice at Arsenal Training Centre.
Wide receiver Harry Douglas has missed four straight games with a foot injury and the coaching staff will be monitoring his condition all week to see if he'll be available Sunday
The Falcons spoke with the media Wednesday morning before heading to the Arsenal Training Centre for practice. Check out these pictures of the day.
The biggest hurdle at the moment for the Falcons is growing accustomed to a five-hour difference from home. Some are handling it well; others, not so much.
As the Atlanta Falcons prepare to take on the Detroit Lions in London, keep an eye on these storylines throughout the week.
The Falcons touched down in London and headed straight to Bushey Meads School to get local kids excited about football during a Play 60 event. Check out pictures from the day.
The Falcons are on the road in the Charm City to take on the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Here are pictures of gameday.
The Falcons began the first leg of a very long road journey as the team left Atlanta for Baltimore on Saturday afternoon
Here is everything you need to know about the Falcons game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium
As the Atlanta Falcons take on the Baltimore Ravens, keep an eye on these four players from each team that could make the difference in Sunday's game.