The Atlanta Falcons delivered 800 turkeys to families in the community this holiday season.
Over the last year, Ricardo Allen has overcome adversity on the field. But one aspect of his life that has remained constant: his passion to improve his teammates and community.
In honor of their 100th season, the National Football League (NFL) is inviting fans to partner with them, players, and teams to volunteer their time in various Huddle for 100 events around the community. The goal is to achieve 100 million volunteer minutes total before Super Bowl LIV.
As a part of the initiative, the Atlanta Falcons will focus their efforts to fight hunger in the state of Georgia. We are encouraging fans to volunteer their time at one of the participating food banks to help contribute to the overall minutes.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Atlanta Falcons will honor Fallen Heroes. Each player's position group will bear the initials of military members that made the ultimate sacrifice. In 1994, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors was founded. In honor of their 25th anniversary we will play for 94 Fallen Heroes on Sunday.
Leading up to their Salute to Service game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Falcons hosted several events to honor and say Thank You to our veteran and active military members.
A few Atlanta Falcons rookies dressed up in costumes and visited kids at the the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in Egleston to share some Halloween fun.
The Atlanta Falcons hosted several cancer patients from Emory Hospital to dinner in the Falcons locker room at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and surprised them with tickets to an upcoming game.
Falcons players visited the Georgia Mountain Food bank to help pack and distribute food to the surrounding communities.
The Atlanta Falcons visited Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Arizona on Tuesday while out on the road trip ahead of their week 6 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.
For the 12th consecutive year, the Atlanta Falcons entire roster of players spent a day thanking fans across ten different locations in the Atlanta area.
The Falcons had a special visitor at camp. D'Eric will be the honorary captain for the Redskins preseason game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Watch Honorary Captain D'Eric hang out with the Falcons players while mic'd up for Training Camp presented by AT&T.
Atlanta Falcons Honorary Captain and Falcons fan D'Eric is invited by Head Coach Dan Quinn to break the team down after practice.
It's bigger than football. For the past two years, our players have been committed to promoting change within our community.
The Atlanta Falcons hosted wounded military veterans for the 12th annual Fishing with the Falcons – a two-day fishing event in Savannah, GA where Atlanta Falcons players and Legends competed alongside the veterans.
The Atlanta Falcons hosted the Together We Rise Girls Flag Football Championship Summit for girls from each of Gwinnett County School District’s 19 high schools to listen to panelists about the sports industry and compete for the championship title.
Here's the inspiring story about how the tragic death of a beloved son, student, and teammate, Dylan Thomas, changed a community forever.
Watch highlights from the Falcons Salute to Service week.
This summer, the troops in Iraq gave Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn and our team an American flag. Today, we welcomed that flag back home at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
For the third consecutive year, this Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons will honor Fallen Heroes. Every player’s helmet will bear the initials of a military member that made the ultimate sacrifice.
For the third consecutive year, the Atlanta Falcons will honor Fallen Heroes. Every player's helmet will bear the initials of a military member that made the ultimate sacrifice.
For the third consecutive year, this Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons will honor Fallen Heroes. Every player's helmet will bear the initials of a military member that made the ultimate sacrifice.
We honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country. This Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons will honor 64 fallen heroes in observance to their Salute to Service game.
For the third consecutive year, every Falcons player will be wearing the initials of a Fallen Hero on a special helmet decal during Sunday's game. Hear the name of the military member whose initials each player will bear on Sunday.
Atlanta Falcons treated 10 survivors and fighters of breast cancer to a day of pampering, followed by a dinner prepared by players.