BUCKHEAD — Former Pro Bowl safety Lawyer Milloy has maintained a low profile since the Falcons elected not to re-sign him during free agency.
We tracked him down at the Walgreens All-Star Football Camp at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School on
Milloy, clearly not wanting to burn any bridges, didn’t want to discuss his departure from the Falcons or his plans for next season. He has yet to sign with another team.
We tried to pin him down on his exit from the Falcons and on his plans a few times, but the savvy veteran kept saying he wanted to focus on the kids.
Milloy started 48 of 49 games in three seasons with the Falcons. He helped provide leadership to a young secondary last season.
Milloy broke in with the New England Patriots after being selected in the second round of the 1996 draft. He played seven seasons with the Patriots and three with the Buffalo Bills before