Another season, another heartbreaking defeat for the Falcons.
Matt Ryan gave Julio Jones a chance to win Saturday's game on fourth-and-goal, but Jones couldn't make the catch.
Eagles cornerback Jalen Mills can’t haul in an interception because Julio Jones won’t let him. Julio Jones hasn’t made much of an impact on offense early for the Atlanta Falcons against the Phildelphia Eagles with just four receptions for 43 yards. Show More Summary
Julio Jones slept through Alabama's big victory on Monday night.
Mike McClure has won over $1 million playing Fantasy Football and gives his optimal divisional lineup
Julio Jones has been on the injury report most of the season with various aches and pains, but it's not enough to keep him off the field for the Falcons
Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday. He vows to play Saturday despite an ankle injury that kept him out of practice Tuesday and Wednesday. “The thing with being injured is really just blocking it out,” Jones said, via Vaughn McClure of ESPN. “Don’t use it as an excuse. [more]
Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones was listed as a non-participant in practice on Tuesday and Wednesday due to an ankle injury, but there hasn’t been any word from Atlanta regarding concern that he won’t be able to play against the Eagles on Saturday. That doesn’t figure to change after Thursday’s practice. Jones was spotted with [more]
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan wasn’t the only big-name player to miss practice Tuesday. Receiver Julio Jones also sat out. Ryan left the team’s training facility before practice to attend an appointment, via D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Ryan did not make it back before practice ended, though a team spokesman said earlier in [more]
The Falcons have dialed back wide receiver Julio Jones‘ practice work in recent weeks to ensure he’s ready to go for games and they’ll be following the same plan this week. Falcons coach Dan Quinn said on a Tuesday morning appearance on 92.9 The Game that Jones will not practice for the Falcons as they [more]
By Sean Jones: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (50-3-1, 32 KOs) has suddenly packed on a massive amount of muscles since his loss to Saul Canelo Alvarez last year on May 6. In looking at the video of Chavez Jr’s new physique, he’s positively massive in size. Show More Summary
Matt Ryan passed for 218 yards and hit Julio Jones for an 8-yard touchdown with 5:48 to play, and the defending NFC champion Falcons advanced from the wild-card round with a methodical 26-13 victory over the Rams.
Legendary Falcons receiver Roddy White has 2 bold predictions -- Atlanta's going back to the Super Bowl... and Julio Jones will have a record-setting season next year!!! TMZ Sports got the 4-time Pro Bowl WR at LAX Friday night and asked for his…
Wide receiver Julio Jones didn’t practice for the Falcons on Tuesday, which isn’t a great surprise given the cautious approach the Falcons have taken with one of their biggest stars over the course of the season. Jones didn’t practice last Wednesday, for example, but returned to work later in the week and played last Sunday. [more]
The Falcons' Julio Jones is the top wide receiver for the opening round of the playoffs.
Quarterback Matt Ryan, receiver Julio Jones and many other Atlanta Falcons players have NFL playoff experience. So does third-year coach Dan Quinn, who guided the Falcons to the Super Bowl last season. The Rams have not been to the playoffs since 2004, only six players on the roster have postseason...
The best news for the Falcons is that they managed to secure a playoff berth in Week 17. The good news is that a couple of their key offensive players have made some history. According to the NFL, quarterback Matt Ryan finished the season with 41,796 yards. That’s the highest total for any player in [more]
Jones hopes to end his scoring drought in a critical division matchup Sunday. We break down the fantasy impact. Julio Jones carried the Atlanta Falcons’ offense in Week 16. He caught seven passes on 11 targets for 149 yards in the loss to the New Orleans Saints. Show More Summary
The Falcons are in the playoffs with a win on Sunday and it looks like they’ll have their top wide receiver in the lineup to help them get it. Julio Jones didn’t practice on Wednesday due to ankle and thumb injuries, but he returned as a limited participant on Thursday. After practice, Jones said there [more]
A big game for wide receiver Julio Jones on Sunday would do a lot to help the Falcons’ chances of beating the Panthers and booking a trip to the postseason. Having him practice on Wednesday is less of a concern, especially if sitting out increases the likelihood that he’ll be good to go on Sunday. [more]