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Early Bird Report 5/14: Five observations from Falcons rookie minicamp

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Today’s Early Bird Report includes several takeaways from a Falcons’ rookie minicamp as good as a heading claimant to buy a Panthers.

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AJC: Five things we schooled from Falcons’ rookie mini-camp

The Falcons wrapped adult their rookie minicamp over a weekend, and over 50 players were on a margin operative on their qualification and perplexing to leave an sense on a coaching staff. D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta-Journal Constitution had five vital takeaways from a team’s minicamp.

Leading off his records from over a weekend was a troops character training a Falcons put a rookies by on Saturday and Sunday. The Falcons have finished Navy SEAL-based training in new years led by a Acumen Performance Group, who once again led a drills for a rookies this weekend.

The Falcons also had a series of rookies with ties to a state of Georgia in minicamp, that conduct manager Dan Quinn pronounced “speaks good of a talent in a state entrance all a approach adult by high propagandize and college.”

One of those players, former Georgia State defensive finish Mackendy Cheridor, is only a latest Panther to find a mark in a NFL. There are now 6 other players from Georgia State on NFL rosters, that Cheridor, who believes he had a good minicamp with a Falcons, is happy to see.

“It’s good to see how many people that have been put in a joining from Georgia State within only a few years,” Cheridor told Ledbetter “It was a commencement of a module during initial and to see all of these guys in a joining is great. I’ve taken recommendation from many of them.”

Some of a other takeaways from rookie minicamp was a thesis of flexibility that permeated a practices. Several players were used in a accumulation of looks and ways, including sixth-round collect Russell Gage who played both defensive behind and far-reaching receiver.

The Falcons also played tighten courtesy to a fullback position, where Luke McNitt and Daniel Marx are believed to be a dual primary contenders.

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NFL.com: David Tepper rising as favorite to buy Panthers

The Panthers’ extensive hunt for a new owners might be entrance to an finish in a nearby future. According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, Panthers owners Jerry Richardson has identified sidestep account manager David Tepper as a claimant best matched to buy a team.

“Tepper, a minority owners of the Steelers since 2009, has prolonged been deliberate a favorite,” writes NFL.com’s Kevin Patra. “Along with a league’s laxity with a sidestep account manager, his skeleton to keep the Panthers in Charlotte are key. Rapoport reported Tepper believes in a market, per sources informed with his thinking.”

If a Panthers continue to pierce a routine brazen with Tepper, who is value an estimated $11 billion, a opinion to approve him as owners could take place as early as subsequent week during a Spring League Meeting in Atlanta. To make a sale official, three-fourths of a league’s owners contingency opinion to approve Tepper’s purchase.

Two other probable buyers, Alan Kestenbaum and Ben Navarro, have not been ruled out, though Patra reports that they would face critical questions from a joining and their capitulation would expected take most longer.

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