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Great matchups at the Georgia Dome in 2014 include:
- Chicago Bears
- Carolina Panthers
- New Orleans Saints
Falcons Ticket Prices
Falcons ticket prices vary for each event. Our staff at Front Row Seats has highlighetd the most popular games for the 2014 season. We like to buy seats to the best games early - before prices increase.
Falcons vs. Saints
The oldest and most-established rivalry in the NFC South kicks-off the 2014 regular season at the Georgia Dome. Last year, the Falcons fell to the Saints 23-17 in their season opener at the Metrodome. Atlanta owns the all-time record between the football teams at 47-43. This Sunday afternoon matchup is competively priced since it is the home opener and the rivalry draws a big crowd. Seats start at $70 making this the second-most-expensive game.
Falcons vs. Bears
2011 was the last time these two teams lined-up on the gridiron. One of the most exciting games between the clubs came in 2008 when Jason Elam hit a game-winning 48-yard field goal as time expired. Since Chicago draw huge fans, this game is priced above-average. You can expect ticket prices to increase 10%-15% if the Bears are playing well.
Falcons vs. Steelers
This Sunday matchup is an easy choice for fans. The Steelers seldomly visit Atlanta, which is why this is the highest-priced game of the 2014 regular season. Ticket prices to this matchup are already 20%-25% higher than the other games. Steeler Nation travels well so buy these seats quickly if you want to sit on the visitor's side.
Falcons vs. Panthers
The I-85 Rivalry is always a great game. With Cam Newton calling the plays, the Carolina Panthers have become one of the toughest teams in the NFC. Since this is the last game of the regular season, this is a highly sough after ticket. It always pays to buy these tickets in advance as prices usually increase.
Latest Atlanta Falcons Ticket Updates:
- 7/29/14: Seven-year veteran Kroy Biermann has played defensive end most of his career. However, defensive coordinator Mike Nolan has been working with Biermann this off-season to get extra work as an outside linebacker. Kroy's athleticism and versatility give him a unique advantage to play both positions.
- 7/24/14: Pro Bowl wide receiver Roddy White has agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Atlanta Falcons. With 9,436 yards on his resume, White is already the football club's all-time leader for receiving yards. He is a couple of touchdowns away from passing Terrance Mathis as the all-time franchise leader in TDs. No other Falcons player has caught as many passes as White.
- 7/15/14: Training camp for the Atlanta football team opens to the public on July 25. HBO's critically aclaimed series, Hard Knocks, will be filiming the sessions.
- 6/13/14: The Atlanta Falcons will host HBO's hit series Hard Knocks. The show goes behind the scenes at training camp to give viewers a perspective of one of the most intense pre-season workouts in professional sports. They gain exclusive access that other members of the media will not have. LB Seath Weatherspoon suffered an ruptured Achilles and will miss the entire 2014 season. The Falcons are interviewing LB's like Jonathan Vilma and Tim Dobbins.
- 6/9/14: The Falcons are searching for additional receivers to add depth to their roster. The Atlanta football club has been linked to names such as veteran wide out Santonio Holmes and tight end Jermichael Finley. WR Roddy White is entering a contract year and his status past the 2014 season with the team is unknown. Atlanta Falcons tickets recently went on sale and cheap seats start at $34.
- 5/21/14: Mini-camp concluded this week and coaches got their first chance to see rookies Jake Matthews, Ra'Shede Hageman, and Devonta Freeman. Some scouts suspect that Freeman may get the starting nod at running back over veteran Steven Jackson. In his first season with the Falcons, SJ posted career low stats, including 3.5 yards-per-carry. He was limited to 543 yards in 12 games.
- 5/9/14: The Atlanta Falcons selected Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews with the no. 6 pick in the draft. He is the son of Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews. His uncle, Clay Mathews Jr. played for Atlanta for three seasons.
- 5/7/14: Tight end Bear Pascoe agreed to a 1-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons. He may play some full back as the team needs to add depth to the roster. With the draft one-day away, rumors are heating up. According to SportsRadio 610 in Houston, TX the Falcons are not interested in trading up to no. 1.
- 4/29/14: The Atlanta Falcons have the number sixth pick in 2014 NFL Draft. Many believe that they team will trade up to acquire defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. The draft starts Thursday, May 8 with the first round, and goes until Saturday, May 10.
- 4/24/14: The 2014 Atlanta Falcons was released at 8 pm Wednesday. Their home opener comes against the New Orleans Saints. The Falcons will not host a Monday night football game at the Georgia Dome. The team will travel to London in October to face the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium. 4-20-14: Thomas Dimitroff and the Atlanta Falcons brought in several recruits this week. LB Khalil Mack, OT Gregg Robinson, and RB Terrance West visited with the team this week. On another note, the 2014 Atlanta Falcons schedule dates will be announced soon.
- 4/16/14: The Falcons cut two more players this week. CB Saed Lee and TE Adam Nissley. Neither player saw much playing time during their time with the squad. As the team is approaching the draft, some analysts predict that the team will draft Auburn OT Greg Robinson.
- 4/9/14: On Monday, the Falcons made two low-key signings. They agreed to a one-year deals with CB Josh Wilson and safety Dwight Lowery. Both moves were likely made to add depth and experience to the roster. The Atlanta Falcons may also sign a full back through free agency. Earlier this off season they released FB Bradie Ewing. With the preseason schedule released, you can expect Atlanta Falcons tickets to be available soon.
- 4/6/14: The Atlanta Falcons extended a two-year/$4.5 million offer to restricted free agent Rafael Bush. Bush would have assumed responsibilities at safety for recently cut Thomas DeCoud.
- 4/2/14: Despite having the sixth overall pick in the draft, the Atlanta Falcons have arranged for DE Jadaveon Clowney to visit Flowery Branch. Clowney is projected to be selected as early as #1. Atlanta Falcons tickets will be available soon. The 2014 schedules have been announced; and confirmed dates should be released within a few weeks.
- 3/25/14: With the NFL Draft approaching, rumors are starting to swirl. According to reports, the Atlanta Falcons are interested in trading up. General Manager Thomas Dimitroff has been known to make bold moves. He acquired future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez and Asante Samuel through trades. Notable draft day trades include moving down to pick Julio Jones.
- 3/19/14: Punt return specialist, Devin Hester, visited the Atlanta Falcons this week. The team recently signed DE Tyson Jackon, DT Paul Soliai, and G Jon Asamoah through free agency. By bringing in two big defensive linemen, it appears as though coordinator Mike Nolan will be shifting to a 3-4 defense.
- 3/12/14: The Atlanta Falcons released tight end Tony Gonzalez. In a move that may come as a to shock fans, the team dropped the future Hall of Famer to save cap space. Gonzo has not submitted his retirement paperwork yet. Resulting in the possibility that he would earn $3 million if he remained on the active roster. The team also waived safety Thomas DeCoud. The Falcons saved $7 million from the moves.
- 3/7/14: Reports from Fox Sports suggest that the Atlanta Falcons asked DE Osi Umenyiora to take a paycut, The team has already been aggressive this off-season releasing players that have under-performed. The Super Bowl DE has not publicly announced if the rumors are true.
- 3/3/14: An NFL source suggests that safety Thomas DeCoud will be released by the Falcons. If the team releases him before March 15 they do not have to pay him the $2.25 million in guaranteed money. The former California Golden Bear had 6 interceptions in 2012. However, his production dropped in 2013 and he didn't grab any picks or sacks.
- 2/25/14: South Carolina defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney was quoted on ESPN.com saying, "I wish they (Falcons) would trade up for me." Tons of Atlanta fans watched Clowney in college since he played in the Southeastern Conference.
- 2/20/14: The Falcons signed former St. Louis Rams General Manager Billy Devaney to a personnel department role. He agreed to become a player personnel scout with the football team. Devaney was the Assistant General Manager to Rich McKay in 2007. He left for a promotion with the Rams.
- 2/17/14: Atlanta Falcons 2013 first round draft pick Desmond Trufant was recently named to the NFL's All-Under 25 Team. The cornerback posted an impressive season and was also selected as ProFootballFocus.com's Defensive Rookie of the Year.
- 2/10/14: Thomas Dimitroff and the Falcons continue scouting prospects for what will be an extremely important draft for the franchise. The team has the sixth overall pick and has been known to make aggressive trades to move up in the draft. They dealt several picks in the 2011 draft to acquire Julio Jones. Some will argue the team gave up too much. Last year, TD moved up eight spots to trade for cornerback Desmond Trufant.
- 2/5/14: The Atlanta Falcons released cornerback Asante Samuel and linebacker Stephen Nicholas.
Two rookies could start in the Atlanta Falcons' star-studded offense. Onlookers suspected offensive lineman Jake Matthews, the sixth overall pick in the draft would start. Few suspected fourth-round pick Devonta Freeman was in line to be a centerpiece of the first team when the Falcons open the regular season. But after running back Steven Jackson, who turned 31 three days before the start of training camp, couldn't make it to the second padded practice, the Falcons are preparing Freeman to be ready to start.
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For a defense that couldn’t afford to take any more hits after the loss of Sean Lee to injury earlier this offseason, the Dallas Cowboys had to watch another key defensive piece get carted off the practice field.
Second-round defensive end Demarcus Lawrence was taken off the field by cart after going down with an injury during Tuesday’s practice.
According to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram , the Cowboys fear Lawrence has suffered a broken foot .
While the extent of the damage is still uncertain, it is an injury that can require a substantial recovery period.
Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones missed the final 11 games of last season after breaking a screw in his surgically repaired foot. Houston Texans lineman David Quessenberry missed the entire season after breaking a bone in his foot in practice prior to the start of the season.
Depending on the severity of the injury, the Cowboys could place Lawrence on the short-term injured reserve list for the start of the regular season, which would force him to miss at least eight game before being eligible to play.
For a defense that was ranked dead last in 2013, it’s a blow the Cowboys couldn’t afford to take.
UPDATE 1:00 a.m. ET: According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Lawrence did suffer a broken foot and is expected to miss 8-10 weeks . The injury will require surgery to repair the damage.
- Pro Football Talk, NBC Sports
Le'Veon Bell kept watching the tape over and over, equal parts pleased and puzzled by what he saw. There were times during his rookie season when the Pittsburgh Steelers running back would place his hand on an offensive lineman's back and wait patiently for the hole to open. Sometimes it wouldn't, mainly because whatever sliver of daylight existed had already been swallowed by darkness while Bell was still trying to read the blocks in front of him.
CB Peterson signs new contract
White done, Jones deal is up next
Matt Ryan is expanding his leadership role to include teaching young players and other newcomers in his seventh training camp with the Falcons. Tight end Tony Gonzalez has retired, receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White missed most of the offseason work and Ryan is adjusting to two new starters on his offensive line. Ryan has helped the newcomers learn the offense as the Falcons try to rebound from their first losing season with the quarterback. Work on our craft and make sure those guys understand what we are at our core.'' Coach Mike Smith said it is an ongoing evolution of Ryan's leadership role that began in his 2008 rookie season.
Authorities say Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham was arrested on a drunken driving charge a month ago in the Atlanta area. Abraham has been absent from the team's training camp since Friday. Abraham smelled of alcohol and failed voluntary sobriety tests - including reciting a portion of the alphabet.
Running back Steven Jackson sat out Tuesday's practice with a right hamstring injury, but head coach Mike Smith expects Jackson to be ready in time for the regular-season opener against the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 7. With Jackson sidelined, veteran Jacquizz Rodgers and rookie Devonta Freeman will shoulder the bulk of the workload, with Antone Smith also likely to see increased snaps. -- After entering training camp last season anointed as the Atlanta Falcons' starting center almost by default, Pete Konz finds himself in the underdog role 12 months later. Todd McClure retired after Konz's rookie season and the torch appeared to have been passed.
Claude Humphrey wishes he could have made the Pro Football Hall of Fame ''a long time ago where I could have actually enjoyed it more.'' Even so, there's a bonus for Humphrey, the former standout defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles. Now that he's 70, it's the perfect time for Humphrey's 12-year-old grandson to savor the honor with him. Humphrey's daughter, Cheyenne Humphrey-Robinson, will make the introductory speech at the ceremony. He won't think I'm telling him a lie.'' The young Robinson will learn Humphrey was one of the game's most feared pass rushers during a career that began in 1968 and spanned three decades, including the 1979-81 seasons in Philadelphia.
In one season, Andre Ellington has gone from sixth-round draft pick to dynamic featured back for the Arizona Cardinals. Team after team passed on Ellington until Arizona made him the 187th player chosen in that draft. He wasn't even the first running back the Cardinals chose. Stanford's Stepfan Taylor went to Arizona in the fifth round.