Is it “Closing time” for Brooking?

Keith Brooking has played ALL of his football in Georgia.

Starring at East Coweta, Georgia Tech and then for the Falcons. He’s the last member of the 1998 NFC Championship team that played in the Super Bowl.

Unless the two sides come to an agreement, Brooking is headed for free agency on Friday.

Things are not looking good. Valuation is an issue.

Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said the team’s offseason decisions would not be emotionally driven.

Would it be a good move by the Falcons to let Brooking enter free agency? Or is it time to tell Brooking, thanks for your years of service and good luck in your future endeavors?

(Here’s a shot of Brooking and Lawyer Milloy making a tackle of Green Bay’s Donald Driver)
http://z.about.com/d/football/1/0/r/S/KeithBrooking1a.jpg

IN A TRIBUTE TO THE DOB, WE HAVE SOME LYRICS THAT FIT THE FOOTBALL BLOG.

Semisonic – Closing Time lyrics

(www.lyrics007.com)

Closing time – time for you to go out, go out into the world.

Closing time – turn the lights up over every boy and every girl.

Closing time – one last call for alcohol, so finish your whiskey or beer.

Closing time – you don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here.

I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

Take me home…

Closing time – time for you to go back to the places you will be from.

Closing time – this room won’t be open ’til your brothers or you sisters

come.

So gather up your jackets, and move it to the exits – I hope you have found

a

friend.

Closing time – every new beginning comes from some other beginning’send.

Yeah, I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

Take me home…

Closing time – time for you to go back to the places you will be from…

I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

I know who I want to take me home.

Take me home…

Closing time – every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end…

179 comments Add your comment

Joe

February 24th, 2009
12:24 am

I think you could of spent your time telling us what players the falcons like in the first day of defense at the combine!!!! Have to admit this wasn’t your most informative blog the odl!!! Give me some info on who the falcons like and what options we have in free agency??

dledbetter

February 24th, 2009
12:34 am

JOE: WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? I’m back from the combine. That’s all I wrote about for last six days. No Haynesworth! Mayock thinks GT’s Michael Johnson is not consistent. Falcons focusing on DEs and CBs. Safeties are a big issue too. Here are some links so you can catch up!!! Good thing I’m not grading your comment.

http://www.ajc.com/sports/content/sports/falcons/stories/2009/02/22/lawyer_milloy_falcons.html

http://www.ajc.com/falcons/content/sports/falcons/stories/2009/02/21/nfl_falcons_safety.html

(PSST Joe, you’ve got to read the newspaper, too.)

(I haven’t figured out how to put pictures in here yet, But if you click on the blue dledbetter line to the left, a picture will come up!!!)

Joe

February 24th, 2009
12:50 am

I was simply referring to specific players AFTER the first defensive day at the combine the falcons a were higher on or more likely to draft if or when available. And I know the falcons are going defense but wasn’t sure if it was a db or dl.

You always do a good job reporting! No need to get all huffy puffy! But thanks got the reply! Believe it or not this is the first time I got a response back.

Just so were on the same page I’ll reword my question. What players are the falcons liking after the first day of defense at the combine?

Big Ray

February 24th, 2009
2:26 am

I don’t expect to hear exactly who the Falcons are really high on as we get closer. To let that out would be to give away some leverage.

I’d like to see Dimitroff and Co. address the DL and Secondary in a strong, dynamic way. And I think they’ll do just that unless they can get a real impact player at linebacker that they really want.

I figure Boley will be re-signed (why not), and we’ll have Koy Wire as well. Brooking is probably done here unless he/his agent agree to an amount of money that is acceptable to the Falcons. I’m guess he’s just done…but who knows. If his value is the issue, then he only means so much to the team, or it would have been done already.

Joe

February 24th, 2009
2:31 am

Also I think it would be good to let him go because the falcons need some young studs to go with Curtis lofton. Buy definitely thank him for the years on and off the field. But it’s time to move on like we did with milloy. I’m not gonna lie it suck losing to guys like brooking and milloy but it’s just that time to keep buliding for the future.

TCM

February 24th, 2009
5:45 am

It’s time for the Falcons to build for the future. Brooking is no different from any other former Falcon who has had to move on or ANY other NFL veteran for that matter. He was paid like one of the top defensive players in the league but never played up to that level. So should we feel sorry for him, NO!! It’s about time he leaves and now the Falcons can use that waste of cap room to get REAL defensive players in who just don’t jump on piles and tackle somebody after they’ve gained 10 – 15 yards, or better yet chase a 3rd string RB 50 yards after you blew the assignment for a TD on Monday Night Football!! And just think Dan Reeves drafted Brooking over Randy Moss at that time when WR was CLEARLY the biggest need of the team back then!! And for the record, Dan Reeves was credited with trading up for MV back in 2001. That was really a “front office” move as Blank was preparing to take ownership of the team and wanted a superstar to build around. And for all of you wit short memories, Dan Reeves couldn’t even get along with John Elway, considered amongst the greatest QB’s to ever play in the NFL. Brooking should have been gone years ago. It’s about dag gum time!!

Tman

February 24th, 2009
6:01 am

This is where the Falcons have gotten a lot wiser. Like Dimitroff said, emotion shouldn’t drive decisions. Brooking has been a gret player, and I never like to see him bad-mouthed on these blogs, but it’s time for him to go. He clearly showed his age in the loss to the Cardinals, and he’s been going downhill for a while. Yes, he’s smart and a great leader, but to pay him very much to stay is a mistake. Spend that money on another free agent. The draft will provide a good linebacker. Lofton looks like a really good LB and shows great leadership, and the Falcons have some promising youngters. Time to say goodbye to Brooking.

Greg

February 24th, 2009
6:52 am

Brooking: great guy, great work ethic, but right now average talent (at best). He isn’t worth close to what they’re paying him (and he wasn’t for all of last season). He is too easily blocked, and his foot-quickness is appalling. Last season he was not just the weak-side LB, he was the weak link. We need a bigger, tougher, faster guy in his place. And I think he knows it.

Sage of Bluesland

February 24th, 2009
7:16 am

Finally, Darrell, you have addressed an issue of importance with the fans…I simply wish you would be a bit more objective.

For instance, when you mention “5 Pro Bowls” and “last remaining player from the Super Bowl team”, I wish you knew what BALANCE meant–and added “2nd highest paid linebacker in the league last year” and “produced zero forced fumbles, fumble recoveries, and sacks the past three years”.

These are just a few of the facts that I hope and pray make it into your “information” one day…But, hey, Rome wasn’t built in a day, so they say…I’m just thankful you’ve got his name right this time…

Ronnie

February 24th, 2009
7:27 am

The only problem with letting Brooking walk is that he should have been cut with the others in the Purge of 2008. Instead he was handed the green dot helmet that guaranteed he would be on the field for every snap. His total cap hit was second-highest in the NFL, behind only Ray Lewis, and he forced no fumbles, made no interceptions or sacks, but did make a bunch of tackles after the opponent had gained six yards. And he was a complete liability in pass coverage, never seeming to anticipate the throw to a man in his area. Sure he’d make the tackle, but why didn’t he force an incompletion?

And I’m all out of sympathy for him, because by my estimates he’s gotten paid about $40 million in his career with the Falcons. And then I had to watch him screw up so many times last year even while he was getting a salary of $6 million and never coming off the field.

It’s time to see what we have in Stephen Nicholas, who, by the way, hit Brees on the pass that turned into Chevis’ pick-six in the first game, and had a really nice slap down pass defense that Brooking hadn’t made in four years in another game.

Dimitroff, stick to your guns and lock the door behind Brooking when he’s gone. I just hope he goes to a team on our 2009 schedule, starts 16 games, and we get a late round comp pick out of it.

Ronnie

February 24th, 2009
7:30 am

DOL, while we’re talking linebackers, any progress on Wire or Boley? In particular, I’d like to know the story with Boley. Why didn’t he fit into the new regime and is there really no way they wouldn’t bring him back? He’s young and had a fantastic season in 2007.

falconman

February 24th, 2009
7:44 am

The time has come for a new look at LB. Out with the old, and in with the new. It’s been a good run for KB. I had hoped he would call it a day, hang up the cleats, and retire a Falcon.

Lanny

February 24th, 2009
7:46 am

Brooking’s time passed long ago, and his shortcomings should have been apparent to even the most casual fan this past year. Thank God we have a GM who seems to recognize it. I don’t have the hatred for him that so many others seem to have, but he should have been gone a while ago. I appreciate his contributions over the years, but Keith is not the present or future. If he can get someone else to pay him significant bucks for another year or two, good luck to him. But thank God it won’t be us this time.

Mac

February 24th, 2009
7:47 am

DOL, please leave the lyrics thing to DOB. Be yourself. That’s good enough.

Dominic Hughes

February 24th, 2009
7:57 am

I just assumed D.Led was drunk when he filed the lyrics – and I respect that. Brooking has been a great servant of the Falcons but may not be worth what he or his agent think he is to a team that is now looking to the future. I suspect the next lyrics we will hear are “Should I stay or should I go?”.

David

February 24th, 2009
7:58 am

Look, the guy made over $6million last year. He should give some of that back this year because he sure wasn’t worth $6mil last year. I always say it is the PLAYER who controls where he plays, not the team. Yes the team can lowball and the players union will NEVER want a player to take less–but if a player wants to play in a city, it is up to him.

rainman

February 24th, 2009
7:59 am

Thank you TD for being unemotional about what’s best for the team, although I’m still unsure why Brooking started all of last year.

Keith is a smart man and a rich man — I’m surprised that he doesn’t see what we see when he looks at the film. I’d like to hear what he thinks he can get on the open market — good luck!

Sage of Bluesland

February 24th, 2009
8:11 am

I don’t think good ol’ Keith is going anywhere, by the way…Once they find out there’s not much interest in an uninstinctive, rah-rah, ankle-grabber who gets blasted at the point of attack by a single blocker, they will come back with their proverbial tails between their legs…

Then, much to the delight of the sheep (who I imagine are on suicide-alert these days), he will proceed to re-sign with the Falcons and start fights with 7th string running backs/camp fodder to show what a “tough” guy he is…Been doing it since his days at Tech, when he would be thrown out at practice for getting too rough with the quarterbacks…(Yes, that’s right, the QBs for heaven’s sake!)

Funny how things were different with the local-boy-done-good when he lined up against the big-boys when they gave 100%, isn’t it?

Hope I’m wrong, but I’ll believe it when I see it. I think Darrell will be writing an emotionally ridiculous, “Thank God he’s back!” article soon enough.

I’ve never seen a fraud like this in Falconsland. Never.

Ben

February 24th, 2009
8:29 am

This is simple…Brooking should have been gone YEARS ago. Is is a mediocre linebacker at best. Time to get some new blood.

Ben

February 24th, 2009
8:29 am

HE*** not “it” in reference to Brooking.

Mike Moore

February 24th, 2009
8:30 am

Buh-bye, Brooking.

TruATLien

February 24th, 2009
8:32 am

Man, it would be an outrage if they brought Brooking back and not Law Dog. He blew just as many plays, and is clearly replaceable. I guess that DUI finally caught up with Lawyer.

Cairo

February 24th, 2009
8:48 am

I actually was about to get upset when I heard they were trying to sign Highway 56 again. However it is apparent it was a courteous attempt. GREAT! I can get back on the TD bandwagon because he is as smart as I thought. Highway 56 should have been gone especially last year. No way this guy deserve to be a TOP 5 paid LB in this league the last two years. Keep your emotions in check TD and don’t fall for the banana in the tail pipe. I know you are student of watching tape and the tape DOES NOT lie. Holla 56!

Eric

February 24th, 2009
8:50 am

For many of years I’ve been a Brooking fan, but these last three years have been bad for him. To often I see running backs dragging Keith down field and him missing tackles. When I heard the Falcons were thinking about signing him to a two year deal, I got sick to my stomach. Over 70% of the fans in Atlanta would like him to hang it up, and I am one of them.

Supes

February 24th, 2009
8:53 am

DOL, How can the falcons NOT be looking at the LB (which you didn’t mention when you were listing positions Falcons were supposedly interested in) with Boley and Brooking out the door? Do they plan on going with Nicholas, Wire and Lofton as starters? Gotta be kidding me!

One of the Falcons 1st two picks better be a playmaking LB!

Brian Cushing could be there at 24, will they not pick him with the obvious needs at LB?

Zoomie

February 24th, 2009
8:55 am

If Brooking shops himself out on the market, I don’t think there will be much interest. After all, interested parties will resort to tape, and tape on KB for the last two years will not be flattering. He works hard and tries hard, but no longer has the skill to be an impact player. As the questions about him drag on, I acknowledge the leading tackler stat, but KB, more often than not, fails when it matters most. Flashbacks from last season: dragged into the end zone by McNabb; total whiff on Minnesota’s Tavares Jackson after coming into the backfield untouched; consistently chipped out of play, usually by a RB, when he blitzes; watching him bite on the RB instead of picking up his assignment, the Arizona TE, resulting in the now infamous “Keith 3:16,” “It’s over, boys!” ending to the 2008 season. I don’t have a problem with KB staying with the Falcons as a back-up used primarily (really, exclusively) in the run game, but he needs to stay on the team at back-up pay. Good luck, Keith. Unfortunately, your tape is out there for all to see.

James

February 24th, 2009
9:42 am

Brooking played at Brookwood High school you You Idiot. Go somewhere else and waste the public’s time.

hawesg

February 24th, 2009
9:46 am

Supes, I agree. Maybe they have a plan for FA at OLB, but Wire and Nichols isn’t exactly the Ravens LB Corps, now is it? With real needs at SS, OLB (X2), TE, CB and OL, I’ll be interested to see what their plans are for Free Agency, because that’s WAY too many holes to address in the draft.

Harp

February 24th, 2009
9:47 am

Bottom line, all none playmakers (Brookings) must go. I would rather the Birds go with young and inexperienced than washed up and out. My biggest concern is where will the defensive leadership come from? Abraham maybe?

PMC

February 24th, 2009
9:48 am

It’s probably pretty smart for the falcons to let the interest in the league gauge what his value is.

I like him, I think most of the time last year he was solid but his best years are behind him and he’s not capable of being the dynamic playmaker that the falcons want to START anyway. I’d like to have him around if they can make it work monitarily but he’s simply not worth the money he got paid on the last contract next year. For most of his career he’s been an excellent tackler (probably the main reason he went to 5 pro bowls) and that’s sort of lost on todays NFL so I’d personally like to have him around he’s just not at this point as able as he used to be.

PMC

February 24th, 2009
9:51 am

Hopefully a playmaking outside linebacker will be available at 24 or maybe in the 2nd round be it Cushing or whomever TD wants.

Redbird

February 24th, 2009
10:01 am

LEDBETTER….

The people have spoken on this blog and the last couple from this past weekend. Get off you lazy ass and write what the people are saying instead of regurgitated crap that you subject the readers of AJC to. The fan base wants this fraud gone and has for awhile but instead of writing the facts you continue write these fluff pieces that focus on hometown loyalty instead of plain old football facts and logic. This is the same crap that got you run out of Philly, same thoughtless, gutless, deadline meeting crap…STOP!!!!!!

Pen the real article about how 90% of the fan base feels about this “Hometown Legend” instead of typical crap you write. Of course that will not happen because you are not MAN enough to deal with the outcome if you put down the precious local boy. I guess we can all look forward to a “fluff” piece tomorrow, woohoo! Maybe you can do one on good ole’ Keith’s 1st grade teacher or maybe his first football coach…that will tug at the heartstrings…you hack!

GATORZONE

February 24th, 2009
10:07 am

Redbird, I want brooking gone too, or at least accept backup role and back up money. But, you need to lighten up.
The management is not going to tip their hand before the draft, so all you guys are going to be left in the dark until draft day

Birdy

February 24th, 2009
10:08 am

D-Led wrote:
“Would it be a good move by the Falcons to let Brooking enter free agency? Or is it time to tell Brooking, thanks for your years of service and good luck in your future endeavors?”
—-

Talk about softball questions!

In short, it is time for both parties to move on. No one can play pro football forever.

SPS

February 24th, 2009
10:19 am

Linebacker seems like a much bigger need than D-Line, but I’m assuming that Trey Lewis will be back, and Biermann will make some progress and rotate with Anderson. They might need to use both the 1st and 2nd round picks on LBs if Boley leaves too. A Tight End might need to wait until the 3rd round. Decoud was a third round pick, and needs to step up at safety. Von Hutchins should be back at CB.

If Vick is not suspended by the league, and the Falcons have to cut him, they take a huge cap hit, and lose a lot of free agent room. The draft may be it this year.

FalconRich

February 24th, 2009
10:26 am

Brooking, thanks for your years of service and good luck in your future endeavors.

Joe Schmoe

February 24th, 2009
10:27 am

James, you are the one wasting peoples time, since he did go to E.C.

http://www.cowetaschools.org/2008mr/2008_10_28_brooking.htm

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Redbird

February 24th, 2009
10:29 am

Gatorzone..

Sorry man I can’t ease up on either the Falcons or Ledbetter until this is all resolved but for entirely different reasons.

A)The Falcons- WAYYYYY too much credit is given to our new GM, yes he did a great job with our picks last year but we had a ton of high picks and he did his job. Sadly when it comes to the Falcons front office simply doing you job measn you are instantly a savant. If Dimitroff is all knowing and all powerful then why is he negotiating with the “Fraud” in the first place??…my guess is at the top of the mountain so don’t think for a minute that our GM is his own man.

2)Ledbetter- Do I really need to rehash what I said before? It is thoughtless, gutless writing that appeals to housewives and your average transient Atlanta sports fan..plain and simple. The real Falcons fan, unless you are a Brooking Nut-hugger, or “hung out with him at the bar” know that his time is loooooong pasted so I find it insulting to read the fluff pieces regardless who is writing for the AJC.

WTB

February 24th, 2009
10:34 am

If I was Brooking I’d get the heck out of dodge, not because of the Falcons organization but because of the fans who badmouth him all the time. 5 year Pro Bowler, leading tackler last year and all the years before, moved from linebacker spot to spot with no complaints, but always willing to do what is best for the Falcons. Model citizen for the team and his community. Your right someone of his character shouldn’t be a part of the team. Let’s keep Michael Boley, who is overrated, and was platooned last year (I think Keith played everydown)….that’s a great way to build a better defense. Hopefully for you so called Falcon fans Brooking will leave via free agency and then we’ll have to wait and see who you b….. about next year. Sit back and watch teams pick up a true Pro who is a winner…not a whiner.

bravesfan

February 24th, 2009
10:38 am

Do we really even consider Brooking worth discussion on keeping him around? He can only make plays stuffing the run right up the middle. He can’t get from sideline to sideline, and he certainly can’t cover TEs or RBs out of the backfield. The Falcons’ season was ended when he made that sorry final play against the Cardinals. He needs to go, and the Falcons need to move on. He is the most overrated player they have ever had.

**Pendleton must go.**

willie

February 24th, 2009
10:42 am

I have always been a big Brooking fan. I think the league needs more of this type of solid, hard-working, keep-your-nose clean players in the league. However, I am very dissappointed that he is not willing to take a huge paycut. He has clearly been overpaid the last couple of seasons. I was hoping he would sign a small 1-year or 2-year deal and agree to be a backup LB and mentor for our younger guys. Apparently, he is not willing to do that, so he will unfortunately have to go.

**Frederick(Bailey)Douglass**

February 24th, 2009
10:42 am

This a joke that the Falcons let hard-hitting Milloy go and will let Boley leave without conversation and chose to sit down with Brooking. I agree, we owe him some measure of respect given his legendary status at East Coweta and GA Tech (yeah, right!! – who are they), but to offer the man a deal is just stupid. What would he add? He has not had a game changing play in 4 years.

I want to see the Birds land the safety from ‘Bama, move our current FS to strong safety, keep Boley and put him on the weakside, start #54 at strong side, and let Lofton continue to crack heads. Keep Tre Lewis healthy, draft another BIG D -lineman (from BAMA or Boston College), move Anderson to the inside (or cut him) and pick a DE up via free agency to battle Chauncey. Sign Foxy (great skills), coack Houston back to confidence, while letting Chevis Jackson and #20 battle to take his position.

Brooking has no place in this reorganization. Period.

GA Boy

February 24th, 2009
10:54 am

You guys are right, the tape does not lie. Brook consistently grades out as one of the best at the linebacker position, by far the best the falcons have. The “big plays” just have not gone his way (scheme plays a major role, along with supporting cast). It is unfortunate that a mistake that he made was in such a crucial part of a big game. He will not have a hard time finding work if he is not a Falcon. Thanks Keith, those that know the game know you are an asset to the team.

WTB

February 24th, 2009
10:57 am

Bravesfan, if you think the play at the end of the Cardinals game was the only thing which killed the Falcons you must have not been watching the game. Did you overlook the “hard hitting” Milloy taking a bad angle on the long TD pass to Antwan Bolton and being unable to run him down allowing the long TD. How about a “has been runner” killing the defense or an offensive line that couldn’t stop anyone from busting up both running or pass play. Wakeup and “smell the roses” this wasn’t a one man problem, it was a total team breakdown.

As for (Bailey,) an obvious dog fan, when the last time UGA had a 5 time Pro Bowl linebacker playing in the NFL.

Najeh Davenpoop

February 24th, 2009
11:15 am

“Brooking played at Brookwood High school you You Idiot. Go somewhere else and waste the public’s time.”

Brooking went to East Coweta, not Brookwood. Jason Elam’s the Falcon who went to Brookwood.

Dledbetter

February 24th, 2009
11:15 am

For a guy who has lead the team in tackles for the last eight seasons, you all are not affording Keith Brooking enough R-E-S-P-E-C-T!!! Give up some Aretha Franklin to KEITH! He’s given it his all for 10 years. What more can you ask for?

REDBIRD: Digging your enthusiam!!! But I’ve never been called the “FLUFF” guy. I’m not appreciating that AT ALL! But I’m going to let you have your opinion. I have never been run off from any place. NEVER WORKED IN PHILLY. Got the wrong dude.

JOE: My bad. Was up late after getting up a 4 a.m. to catch 6 a.m back from Indy. Was a bit punchy after that opening comment.

LYRICS: I’m generally going to let DOB have the lyrics. But that one came to me and well it FIT. Much love to DOB. (Unfortunately, wasn’t up drinking. Was just tired. . . this time!)

SAGE: GET YOUR INFO CORRECT when you’re trying to diss folks Mr. BLEWLAND! You also missed the story on “Lack of Impact Plays By Keith and the LBS.” Had a big chart and all. CHECK YOURSELF!!! Keep bringing the heat, though. I’m loving that!!!

Bloggers aren't fan base

February 24th, 2009
11:16 am

So here we are with the daily Brooking bashing by the ignorant bloggers who prove daily they know little or nothing about football. Luckily, you clowns are not the Falcon fan base; you are the the brave guys who sit behind a computer and make pronouncements as if you had some real knowledge of football when your tv is probably as close as you ever got to a field. It is pretty easy to detect that a lot of you bashers are just whiny uga fans who hate Brooking because he played at GT. There are also some critics who it seems are down on any white player the Falcons have. I love it when you know nothings talk about how KB “forces no fumbles”, “makes no sacks”, “makes tackles 6 yards down field instead of behind the line of scrimmage”. These statements just prove you don’t know anything about football whether you are talking about KB or any other linebacker. KB plays within the defensive scheme of the Falcons, and has done it under several coaches. Oh yeah, I guess he just “fooled” all of those different coaches he played for, and it was just politics that got him voted to 5 pro bowls. He is the leading tackler on this team. If he had not made those tackles 6 yards down the field someone else might have made them 15 or 20 yards downfield, and their record might have been 5 and 11 for the year. On most plays there are at least 7 or 8 players as close to the line of scrimmage as the linebacker. Why aren’t you talking about the other 7 who didn’t make the tackle at all instead of dumping on the one guy who did? Oh well, it’s a waste of time talking to dumbo’s who don’t know the game. Go back to fondling your toy bulldog or whatever you do. Think I will go look for some sign of intelligent life.

Paschal Da Don

February 24th, 2009
11:18 am

LEDBETTER’S A LEGEND!!! You Falcons fans are lucky to have my main D. Orlando Ledbetter down there. He’s still a legend up here in Wisconsin with us Packer fans. He will shoot you straight and keep it on the real. He wanted to ban the Lambeau Leap back in the day. Wanted the Packers to act like they’ve been in the endzone before.

Do your thing D. LED!!!

Joe

February 24th, 2009
12:03 pm

Yes I think The Falcons should let Brooking go because The Falcons need to get younger at the linebacker position.

Supes

February 24th, 2009
12:04 pm

Real “fans” aren’t bloggers crap again?

Couldn’t be further from the truth. Infact some of the most passionate fans are here on the AJC blogs.

What are some “off the radar” FA linebackers that the Falcons may have interest in at this moment?