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  1. Around the NFC South

    Pat Yasinskas

    Let's take a look at the top headlines from around the NFC South: ATLANTA FALCONS With the Falcons drafting No. 30 overall, Daniel Cox takes a look at the 20-year history of the pick. The last time the Falcons had the 30th pick was 1999 when th...

    Blog | March 19, 2013
  2. Around the NFC South

    Pat Yasinskas

    Time for a look at the top news and notes from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS D. Orlando Ledbetter reports that the five-year contract William Moore agreed to is worth $30 million. Moore will average about $2 million less per season than ...

    Blog | March 10, 2013
  3. Around the NFC South

    Pat Yasinskas

    Let's take a look at the top headlines from around the division: ATLANTA FALCONS Quarterback Matt Ryan still has some time to go before he joins what coach Mike Smith calls "the over-30 club." But Ryan's been getting some of the same benefits a...

    Blog | August 14, 2012
  4. Wrap-up: Saints 30, Panthers 27

    Pat Yasinskas

    Thoughts on the New Orleans Saints' 30-27 victory against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium: What it means: The gap in competitive balance between the top and bottom of the NFC South has narrowed. The gap in the standings has not. A...

    Blog | October 09, 2011
  5. Draft Watch: NFC South

    Pat Yasinskas

    Each Thursday leading up to the NFL draft (April 28-30), the ESPN.com NFL blog network will take a division-by-division look at key aspects of the draft. Today's topic: history in that spot. Carolina Panthers The Panthers' top pick is No. 1 ove...

    Blog | April 07, 2011
  6. Panthers have to wait to see top QBs

    Pat Yasinskas

    The Carolina Panthers, just like every other team in the NFL, are out in force this week in Mobile, Ala. They're there to watch Senior Bowl practices and they have coaches, front-office people and scouts watching the quarterbacks closely. But it's...

    Blog | January 24, 2011