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Falcons participating in Hometown Huddle today


Today is an NFL-wide day of community service known as the Hometown Huddle. All 32 teams are participating in visiting local children in hospitals and schools, but the Falcons are the only team to involve its entire active and practice squad roster in the event

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Falcons and other NFL players, coaches, and executives are spreading the word today on the importance of health and fitness during a league-wide day of community service.

The Atlanta Falcons are the only NFL team that is involving their entire roster in this event.

The Falcons will be visiting four different metro Atlanta schools that have affiliation with the United Way and participating in "NFL PLAY 60" activities with the children.

The Falcons will also be visiting four other public stops, where they will surprise fans, sign autographs and thank them for their support. The Atlanta Falcons Women's Association will be visiting a United Way affiliated agency.

Check back on throughout the late morning and early afternoon for video and stories from the visits.

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