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Falcons Penalized by NFL for Violating Offseason Workout Rules

The NFL has penalized the Atlanta Falcons for violating offseason workout rules, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Thursday. Due to training sessions that included too much contact, Atlanta must give up its first three days of OTAs in 2017. More to follow. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
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