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Falcons running back Devonta Freeman is participating in the team’s offseason program and a full-go for training camp 2019 Marcus Green Jersey , coach Dan Quinn said Saturday.“We can’t wait to get Free back,” Quinn said, via D. Orlando Ledbetter of the . “He’s having such an awesome offseason. His energy, his juice, like him being around the team, you feel what he brings. “So it’s been awesome having him as part of the offseason program again. When you get to see the team out here this spring, I think you’ll feel the energy at running back certainly with Free leading the way.”Freeman was limited to two games last season because of knee and groin injuries. He rushed 14 times for 68 yards and caught five passes for 23 yards. With Tevin Coleman now in San Francisco, the Falcons plan on leaning on Freeman with Ito Smith also part of the game plan. They also drafted Pittsburgh’s Qadree Ollison in the fifth round and UL Monroe’s Marcus Green in the sixth, both of whom could factor in at the position.Freeman rushed for 3 Marcus Green Atlanta Falcons Jersey ,000 yards and 29 touchdowns from 2015-17, earning back-to-back Pro Bowls with 1,000-yard seasons in 2016 and ’17.The good news is he did not need offseason surgery on his right knee, per Ledbetter. Greetings Falcoholics, I’m back with another Fan Spotlight to highlight a fellow Falcons fan for the week. This week’s Fan Spotlight is on Katie. She was born and raised in Georgia until she was 27, when she moved to Mississippi. “It’s hard living in enemy territory and being only about an hour away from the epicenter of evil (aka the Superdome), but I don’t let that stop me from shading Saints fans whenever I can. It’s my duty as a Falcons fan!” Katie said. How did you become an Atlanta Falcons fan?My mom and dad are New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers fans, respectively, since they’re originally from those areas. We’ve always been a big football family. I actually started watching the Minnesota Vikings first due to the incredible Culpepper-Moss connection Youth Marcus Green Jersey , and the fact that the Vikings were the only team I could beat my brother with on Blitz 2000, haha. But above all, I always cheered for the home team Falcons. It wasn’t until the lost year that I truly considered myself a super fan. That time period really tested fans and separated the die hards. When your team goes through so much turmoil and bad luck, how can you NOT feel endeared to them? You stand with the city, pure and simple. Also, f*** Bobby Petrino!What’s your favorite Atlanta Falcons’ moment?How can I possibly pick one moment?! The curse of being a Falcons fan is wanting to choose Alford’s pick six in the Super Bowl, because that was possibly my happiest moment as a fan. But I’d rather not relive that night. So, I’ll rewind to the NFC Championship that year. Stomping Green Bay in the final game that the Georgia Dome would host was so full of emotion! The dome deserved that kind of sendoff, and so did the fans.What’s your outlook on the future of the Atlanta Falcons?I tend to not get my hopes up (or crushed) before the last game is played. That way I’m not disappointed with draft order Youth Terrell McClain Jersey , which is definitely going to become relevant considering we could easily win these last games. I’m a huge UGA homer and I always pull for some good Georgia draft picks, so this year I’m hoping the Falcons pay attention to Deandre Baker. Lord knows we could use his talents. With offseason moves ... where to begin? New OC and DC, which hurts to admit because I’ve liked Manuel up until this year. It’s a shame this has turned into a rebuilding year, but there’s no hiding from it now. I’m happy we have Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, and the big skill players we do. It’s much easier to find support than to luck into elite players like them. There are reasons to be thankful and optimistic, even after this year! After all, we’re Falcons fans, we can handle anything.Well folks Stitched Logan Paulsen Jersey , that does it for this week’s Fan Spotlight. A special thank you to Katie for sharing her background with us, and make sure to give her a follow on Twitter at @Kaytea48. As always, if you want to be the next ‘Fan Spotlight’ or know of someone who deserves to be, let me know on Twitter where you can find me at @EvanBirchfield. Thanks for reading Falcoholics, and GO FALCONS!
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