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Falcons 'certain' Julio Jones will be good as new
by Larry Hartstein |

The Falcons are "certain" receiver Julio Jones will "return to his old explosive self," reports Jones is coming off foot surgery and is waiting for doctors to clear him to go all out. 

Jones says he's running routes and feels no pain in his foot.

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Levine Toilolo bulks up
by Larry Hartstein |

Falcons tight end Levine Toilolo "added a lot of muscle in the offseason, especially to his upper body," reports the team's website. The 6-8 Toilolo played at 265 pounds last year. The website did not say how much Toilolo weighs now.

Toilolo figures to start now that Tony Gonzalez has retired. He won't get nearly as many passes thrown his way, but could become a red-zone factor. Toilolo caught 11 balls for 55 yards and two touchdowns last season while appearing in every game.

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Paul Worrilow bulks up
by Larry Hartstein |

Falcons linebacker Paul Worrilow, who played at 232 pounds last season, has added about 10 pounds of muscle and should play at around 245 this year, reports the team's website. Worrilow had 127 tackles and two sacks as a rookie and will be critical to overcoming the loss of linebacker Sean Weatherspoon (Achilles).

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Falcons put Drew Davis on training camp PUP list
by Larry Hartstein |

The Falcons put receiver Drew Davis on the physically unable to perform list for training camp.

"Drew felt some discomfort in his foot at the end of minicamp," coach Mike Smith told the team's website. "We decided to send him to the doctors for some evaluations and it was determined he had suffered an injury that would require a procedure. He recently had the procedure done and we expect him to miss around six weeks, which is why we have decided to place him on Training Camp PUP."

Davis caught 12 passes for 216 yards and two touchdowns last year while playing a key special teams role.

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Devonta Freeman to push Steven Jackson?
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Steven Jackson is fully expected to begin the season as the Falcons' primary rusher, but ESPN has seen enough from rookie running back Devonta Freeman to believe that he'll push Jackson enough to make it a camp battle worth watching

Per ESPN, Freeman was drafted with the intention of eventually being a three-down player for the Falcons. But "[i]f he looks as good in pads as he did in shorts, Jackson might have a battle on his hands." 

Jackson will turn 31 before the start of the season and has well over 2,500 career carries. 

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