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Therapy Drones Are Helping Injured Falcons Fly Again
How a falconer and a drone got an injured gyrfalcon back in the skies.
Here's How Ridiculously Expensive the Food Was at the Super Bowl
Bottled domestic beers were $12, and stadium go-tos like hot dogs and burgers ran $8 and $16, respectively.
If You Were Disappointed By Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, Blame Yourself
Gaga had plenty of expectations to live up to for her performance, but she didn't deliver the big political statement viewers may have hoped she would.
Migos Bet $300,000 on Falcons, Julio Jones Gets ‘Culture’-Themed Cleats, Atlanta Now Compelled to Win Super Bowl
2 Chainz has also dropped money on Atlanta; the good and strong birds now cannot lose.
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Meet the Falcon-Whisperer of Napa Valley Wine Country
Rebecca Rosen makes a living off protecting vineyards from berry-eating pests with the help of trained birds of prey.
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ATLANTA FALCONS: BIRDLADY
Bedridden for 12 years, Carolyn Freeman was inspired by a Falcons player who came back from a career ending injury. She shed the wheelchair and started going to games as a form of physical therapy. Say hello to BirdLady!
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Inopportune Knocks: Self-Sabotage by NFL Coaches, Week 11
Go for it, go for it, go for it. Kickers are getting better—but that doesn't mean their perfect.
Inopportune Knocks: Self-Sabotage by NFL Coaches, Week 8
That feeling when you pass on a relatively easy fourth-and-short to settle for a field goal, and then lose by three.
Here's One Way to Guard a Deep Space Antenna: Falcons
Meet Nalla the Persuader, a female peregrine falcon helping keep other birds off the ESA's Deep Space 2 antenna.
Friday Film Room: Devonta Freeman
The Falcons running back has been the most valuable player in fantasy football. Can he keep it up?
Division Swing Factors: NFC
Sam Bradford, Bruce Arians and a pair of once-bad defenses could shake up NFC division races.
Meet the Woman Who Saves England's Lost Birds of Prey
Misplaced a falcon? Who you gonna call? Barbara Royle!