D. Orlando Ledbetter of the AJC has been all over the Falcons' player-organized workouts, and he put together a great list of 10 things he learned while watching the player practices.
One thing on the list that stood out to me was his report on Harry Douglas looking really good running routes and working out with his teammates.
Douglas is the prototypical slot receiver and underneath option, but a knee injury in 2009 put him on the shelf for a bit. Douglas returned and played the entire 2010 season, but Ledbetter reports that Douglas feels even better now, nearly two years after the injury.
That's good news for a wide receiving corps that is energized by the addition of rookie Julio Jones and the return of second-year WR Kerry Meier, who showed a ton of promise before a knee injury in the preseason put him on IR for 2010.