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2017 Schedule
11-5, 1st in NFC South
Golf is Ryan's escape during the offseason (4:22)
Ryan discusses how he's dealt with Super Bowl loss (0:43)
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3dVaughn McClure

Falcons' Ryan not worried about next contract

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, who has two years and $35 million left on his current deal, says he's not worried about his next contract.

Ryan building chemistry with Sarkisian (1:38)
Ryan, Falcons haven't engaged in contract talks (0:35)

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL MVP Matt Ryan to me on guys such as James Harden, Steph Curry signing guaranteed contracts that could value more than $200 million: "Basketball, man. Good times in the NBA."

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4dAaron Schatz

Sneaky strengths: Falcons

The Falcons have one of the NFL's best receiving corps, but there's one thing the Julio Jones-led unit did incredibly well last year that doesn't get talked about much.

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NFC South Q&A: Which team wins the division?

The defending-champion Falcons will get the best shots from their division foes this season, with the Panthers and Bucs making big upgrades on offense.

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NFC South Q&A: Who will be the division's MVP?

The NFC South is home to some of the NFL's top playmakers, so competition to be the best is fierce. Our reporters make their picks for division MVP.

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9dESPN Insiders

Next NFL head coaches: Mike Smith

Smith's unit caught fire down the stretch last season, and his success during his stint in Atlanta should earn him another chance at some point.

ESPN Stats and Information  

58 days to the NFL season: The Atlanta Falcons led the NFL with 58 offensive touchdowns in 2016, the highest total of any team since the 2013 Denver Broncos. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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11dNFL Insiders

Future Power Rankings: Falcons

Atlanta has talent all over the field, but with new offensive and defensive coordinators entering this year, the Falcons have to wonder if that'll have an impact on their Super Bowl aspirations.


Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel preparing one of his future DBs -- his son, Deuce -- at Devonta Freeman's football camp in Miami.


Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons Pro Bowl RB Devonta Freeman works with the running backs at his free football/cheerleading camp on the same Miami field he roamed as a child. His message to the young athletes on this run drill: Get outside and explode with a burst, like you're running from a dog.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami boys getting together for the kids: Devonta Freeman, Antonio Brown, Teddy Bridgewater.

Team Stats

Passing Yards295.33rd
Rushing Yards120.55th
Points For33.81st
Points Against25.427th

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