Falcons, Ryan Make Wish Come True
After battling leukemia for four years, 9-year-old Fernando Zapata Gomez was granted his biggest wish in the world, to meet Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. The Falcons hosted Fernando and his family on Monday, where he became part of the team for a day.
'We Play For' 2018
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.
Watch: Dazzle & Dine, A Night to Celebrate
Atlanta Falcons treated 10 survivors and fighters of breast cancer to a day of pampering, followed by a dinner prepared by players.
Falcons players, coaches, and staff took a day to give back and serve the Atlanta community.
WATCH: Julio Jones makes 8-year-old’s Make-A-Wish come true before game
Prior to the Dolphins-Falcons game on Thursday night, Julio Jones met with an 8-year-old boy with a big wish.
In Honor of our Father
Amanda Young and her two boys lost their father who struggled with PTSD and committed suicide. In collaboration with the T.A.P.S organization, the Atlanta Falcons hosted the Young family to a special training camp practice and were surprised by a special guest.
Falcons Contingent makes USO trip to Iraq
Dan Quinn and a contingent of Falcons players, executives and cheerleaders went to Iraq to show support for our troops. But they gained more than they gave.
Protest to Progress
For nearly a year, the Atlanta Falcons have been planning and working to make an impact for social good in an effort to move the conversation from Protest to Progress.
Fishing with the Falcons
For the past 11 years, the Falcons have honored military personnel with a day of fishing with alumni, coaches, and players.
Falcons players, military wives form bond
Keanu Neal describes 'a touching moment' and how dinner with Falcons players and select ladies celebrating Gold Star Wives Day, a military wives program, made a powerful impact on him and all of those involved during that special evening.
Upside Down Cereal Bowl
P Matt Bosher shows a creative twist on how to make a bowl of cereal
Salute to Service Week Presented by Zaxby's
Relive all the great community work done by the Falcons around the Salute to Service Week, presented by Zaxby's.
Matt Bosher - Chocolate Banana Frappe
Fuel Up to Play 60
Alford to wear initials of Capt. Tiffany Burns on his helmet
Army captain died six days before her 29th birthday. For the second consecutive year, each Falcons player will wear the initials of a fallen soldier on their helmet as part of Salute to Service week.
Grady Jarrett to wear initials of Sgt. Christopher Schornak on his helmet
Sergeant Schornak never returned from Iraq and left behind his two-year-old son. For the second consecutive year, each Falcons player will wear the initials of a fallen soldier on their helmet as part of Salute to Service week.
Ryan to wear initials of Cpt. Joshua Byers on his helmet
Army captain Joshua Byers died in Iraq on his mother’s 50th birthday. For the second consecutive year, each Falcons player will wear the initials of a fallen soldier on their helmet as part of Salute to Service week.
Friends and family of Johnny Mac explain the soldiers fund established in his honor
The Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund honors the memory of Col. John M. McHugh by impacting the lives of others and supporting education
The entire Falcons roster engaged in community service across the city of Atlanta for the tenth annual Hometown Huddle.
Falcons make a wish come true
The Falcons help make a wish come true for a special fan, Benjamin, who has a rare liver disease.
Freedom is not Free
The Falcons traveled to D.C. to honor our veterans at Walter Reed Hospital and pay respect at The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier.
Fishing with the Falcons
For the past 10 years, the Falcons have honored injured military personnel with a day of fishing with alumni, coaches and players.
Beasley, Sanu Mentor Atlanta Children
The Falcons partnered with American Family Insurance’s One Saturday program to mentor students at Deerwood Academy.
The I-85 Brotherhood
Several Atlanta Falcons players surprised Atlanta firefighters who worked to battle the I-85 fire last month. The players visited the first responders to serve dinner and spend the afternoon with the local heroes.
After Every Rainstorm Comes A Rainbow
The Atlanta Falcons and the Rally Foundation have hosted a fashion show together for the past six years and have raised over $1.5 million to support childhood cancer research.
Freddie the Falcon visits Primrose School
The children at Primrose School of Buford did something special for the Atlanta Falcons after Super Bowl LI.
'We Play For' Fallen Heroes
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.