Dan Quinn and the Falcons wrapped up the 2015 XFINITY Atlanta Falcons Training Camp on Wednesday and the first year head coach was especially happy with the way his team is attacking the line of scrimmage.
As the 2015 XFINITY Atlanta Falcons Training Camp comes to a close, head coach Dan Quinn joined us and talked about specific players that stood out and his expectations for Friday’s game.
Take a look at the atmosphere that surrounded the Atlanta Falcons as they defeated the Tennessee Titans in their first preseason game at the Georgia Dome.
Following a practice that lacked intensity, the Falcons returned to practice on Tuesday and head coach Dan Quinn was glad to see his team come back and battle.
Wide receiver Julio Jones said that the offensive line is doing a great job and complimented the fact that they allowed no sacks and no penetration during the first preseason game.
Defensive tackle Grady Jarrett played in his first NFL preseason game 20 miles outside of his hometown and although the rookie doesn’t usually get sentimental, he admitted that the night was surreal.
The Falcons got right back to work on Monday after their first preseason game with heavy concentration on how the team can continue to improve daily.
Quarterback Matt Ryan said that he is comfortable doing work outside of the pocket and that his mobility will add another dimension to the offense.
Head coach Dan Quinn said that he was pleased to see running backs Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman back in the mix at practice on Monday.
From sacks to caused fumbles to creating stops when they mattered, the Falcons defense showed promise in a preseason win over Tennessee, AtlantaFalcons.com's Ashley Rose reports
It was all smiles in the Atlanta Falcons locker room following a 31-24 win over the Titans at the Georgia Dome on Friday night.
Quarterback Matt Ryan was impressed with the way the offense executed in their first preseason contest and especially praised the performance of wide receiver Julio Jones.