Posts Tagged ‘Sean Weatherspoon’

Falcons have hit on many gems under Dimitroff

Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff, in concert with head coach Mike Smith, has unearthed some gems who have paid big dividends this season.

Falcons WR White active against Ravens

Despite injuring his right knee in Sunday’s win over Tampa Bay, wide receiver Roddy White will play in the first Thursday night game of the season against the Baltimore Ravens. White, the NFC’s leading receiver, got in limited work during Wednesday’s walkthrough and was also limited in Atlanta’s final practice. Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon (knee) will not play. Stephen Nicholas will start in his place. The Falcons’ inactives are cornerback Dominique Franks, tackle Garrett Reynolds, guard Mike Johnson, tight end Justin Peelle (groin), defensive end Lawrence Sidbury and defensive tackle Trey Lewis. John Parker Wilson is listed as the third QB. Inactives for the Ravens are safety Ken Hamlin, safety Tom Zbikowski (foot), linebacker Jason Phillips, defensive tackle Brandon McKinney, […]

Injury roundup: Packers battered in Week 5

A look at some of the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 5.

Falcons report: Ryan has more options

Pat Kirwan was at Falcons camp on Tuesday with an update for “Around the League,” taking a closer look at Matt Ryan, replacing Michael Jenkins and the rookies on defense.

Davis mock draft 1.0: Okung goes to Lions

NFL Network analyst Charles Davis unveiled the first full version of his mock draft Wednesday, choosing to stick with a few surprises among the top ten picks he made last week.

Coulter improves at second Missouri pro day

At Missouri’s first pro day, which was held on March 4, LB Sean Weatherspoon was the lead headline, putting up some astounding numbers. This time around, Weatherspoon did not participate in workouts, but some of his teammates, including DL Brian Coulter, used the opportunity to improve on their performances.

Weatherspoon stands out at Missouri Pro Day

The 12 teams on hand for Missouri’s Pro Day Thursday were not only treated to a big lunch (something the scouts look forward to every year), but a first-hand glimpse at the Tigers’ most promising prospect, LB Sean Weatherspoon.

Bench press featured several Herculean feats

With the defensive backs showcasing their speed and quickness on the field right now at the NFL Scouting Combine, it’s worth reflecting on what the power players accomplished in their workouts.

Butler leads way for linebackers in bench

The linebackers took part in the final workouts of the day Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium, with Washington ILB Donald Butler leading the way during bench press drills.

Missouri’s Weatherspoon was born to talk

MOBILE Ala. — Some football players prefer to let their play do the talking, and choose the silent approach. Don’t count Missouri’s Sean Weatherspoon among that group.

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