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The Falcons Return to L.A. for the First Time Since 1994

The L.A. Rams will be the talk of the NFL in the upcoming season, as it has been 21 years since a team was located in the City of Angels.

A move that has been in the process for years finally became a reality to the Rams on Tuesday night.

Although the dates of the upcoming schedule have not been released, it is certain that the Falcons will now play the Rams in Los Angeles.

The two clubs met 27 times in L.A. when the Rams were previously located there, with the Falcons winning the last meeting in Los Angeles, 8-5, in 1994.

TE Tamme, WR Hardy Open to Offseason Workouts With QB Ryan

Following the 2015 season, QB Matt Ryan told the media in a radio interview that he was certainly pondering the idea of organizing offseason workouts with his receiver/tight end group to continue developing comfort in Atlanta's offense.

Ryan thinks he needs to do some extra work with the WRs this offseason because of the young guys across the board. — Andrew Hirsh (@andrewhirsh) January 5, 2016

According to ESPN's Vaughn McClure, TE and WR Justin Hardy are more than open to the idea.

FB Mooney Welcomes Baby Girl

FB Collin Mooney and his wife have a new addition to their family, Clairyn Elizabeth Mooney. Congrats, Mooney family!

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News of the Rams' move means the Falcons will play half of their 2016 away games on the West Coast.

Three years ago, K Matt Bryant made history when the Falcons held off the Seattle Seahawks to win the NFC Divisional game in 2012

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