Atlanta falcons 2010 schedule results

 

A string of emails that began in 2010 with the Atlanta Falcons ' head trainer and reached all the way to owner Arthur Blank showed a franchise worried about its "excessive" reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarrassment that could cause the team and the NFL.

One topic raised in the email chain concerned a review by an outside agency that found that the team spent $81,000 on medication prescriptions for players in 2009 -- nearly three times the league average.

Almost every recipient on the email chain -- including Blank, president Rich McKay, general manager Thomas Dimitroff and then-head athletic trainer Marty Lauzon -- is still with the team, which plays the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI on Sunday.

Atlanta falcons 2010 schedule results

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Team Statistics: Falcons : Opponents: Total First Downs: 75: 78: 1st Downs (Rush-Pass-By Penalty) 16 - 54 - 5: 19 - 53 - 6: 3rd Down Conversions: 17/33: 16/35: 4th ...

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A string of emails that began in 2010 with the Atlanta Falcons ' head trainer and reached all the way to owner Arthur Blank showed a franchise worried about its "excessive" reliance on painkillers to treat players and the potential embarrassment that could cause the team and the NFL.

One topic raised in the email chain concerned a review by an outside agency that found that the team spent $81,000 on medication prescriptions for players in 2009 -- nearly three times the league average.

Almost every recipient on the email chain -- including Blank, president Rich McKay, general manager Thomas Dimitroff and then-head athletic trainer Marty Lauzon -- is still with the team, which plays the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI on Sunday.

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Yes, they lost that game, too. This is all for the best, mind you. No one outside of Samuel L. Jackson actually wants to see the Falcons SUCCEED and then spiritually vacate a playoff spot. Those spots are valuable. I can’t have these Football Hawks fritter them away in front of an audience of zero people. The Falcons are where excitement goes to die. They should be forced to play on Tuesday mornings.

Imagine how embarrassing it must be to play for this coach. These players must just walk around all practice long going, “Daddddddddddddddddd…”