"Julio Jones will always be part of the Falcons story, having set numerous records and creating many great memories for all our fans, including me, since the day we drafted him. He has been a fixture on our team for almost half the time I have owned the Falcons. As we both move in another direction, I'm deeply grateful for what Julio has done for our team and what he has meant to our city and, in my mind, he will always be part of the Falcons family. I wish him nothing but the best in Tennessee and throughout his life." - Arthur M. Blank, Atlanta Falcons Owner and Chairman
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Falcons injury report: Frank Darby limited in practice
Rookie receiver added to Thursday's participation report
Great Debate: Was Falcons early run game vs. Philly a mirage?
Scott Bair and Tori McElhaney discuss whether efficiency can be sustained on the ground
Arthur Smith, Matt Ryan hold healthy respect for Tom Brady
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