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Health status unknown
Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter admitted Thursday that he's unsure where Gurley stands on the health front heading into the 2020 season, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "The main question is that no one seems to know is what's his health status? What's his workload?," Koetter said. "He averaged about 17 touches a game last year, which is about a little bit lower than he had been when he was All-Pro. We're just gonna have to find that out once we get here and get him working. Get him up and running."
Competition likely incoming
The Falcons are expected to sign a kicker to compete with Koo for the starting job, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Still trying to recoup money
Gurley remains disgruntled with the Rams more than a month after his release over money the team owes him, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. "I told my ex-teammates that they can't even text me or call me until I get my money," Gurley said. "As soon as I get my money, then I'll be cool with everybody else."
Feels capable of lead-back duties
Gurley told reporters on a Friday conference call that he believes he can still shoulder a lead-back workload, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. "I know I'm still that guy. Been doing this my whole life. It's just football," Gurley said.
Eyeing sack record
Fowler has set his sights on Michael Strahan's record of 22.5 sacks ahead of the 2020 season.
Surprised by release
Ryan has restructured his contract to help the Falcons clear cap space, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Looking at hot market
Will be cut
To draw interest from Packers
Drawing interest from Bears
Could land with Washington
Future with team uncertain
Confirms lack of offer
Hooper confirmed in an interview with 92.9 The Game in Orlando that he's yet to receive a contract offer from the Falcons, Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Little progress in contract talks
Preliminary talks to remain Falcon
'Aggressive' FA market expected
Inching toward return
Will keep playing
Won't be shut down
Slated for starting role
Could miss multiple games
No longer a trade chip
Competition on the way
Contract problematic in trade talks