Ryan Kerley

Ryan Kerley

Ryan Kerley is a sports media student at the University of Georgia. He grew up in the Metro Atlanta area and is one of our Falcons and Hawks writers.
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Falcons: What are the best and worst case scenarios for Todd Gurley?

Georgia and Atlanta sports fans burst with emotion when the Falcons signed Todd Gurley in April. I used the word emotion instead of happiness because there are just as many people unsure about the addition as there are those thrilled with it. The two-time All-Pro has had a memorable career to this point, but his

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Falcons to announce no fans will be allowed at training camp

With COVID-19 cases rising in Georgia, and the United States, the Falcons are set to announce that no fans will be allowed inside the training camp facility this year at Flowery Branch.  Jeff Shultz of The Athletic tweeted the news on Thursday morning. He also mentioned that there is “an increasing likelihood that there will be no preseason

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What is Deandre Hunter’s role on the Hawks moving forward?

De’Andre Hunter had a solid rookie season for the Atlanta Hawks after being selected with the 4th overall pick of the 2019 NBA Draft. He started 62 games and provided a serviceable 12.3 ppg on 41% from the field and 35.5% from behind the arc. The Virginia product wasn’t the flashiest top-5 pick. Some liked

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Falcons: What is Matt Ryan’s Hall of Fame status?

ESPN’s Bomani Jones ignited a massive argument on Twitter the other day when he claimed that Matt Ryan will not make the NFL Hall of Fame unless something “drastically changes.” Many Falcons fans rose quickly to Ryan’s defense, while others validated the comments Jones made. This is a debate that has been ongoing ever since

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3 Reasons why the Falcons shouldn’t trade for Raheem Mostert

A Bleacher Report article posted on Saturday listed the Falcons as a top landing spot for Raheem Mostert. It caused some buzz in the Atlanta sports community on Instagram and Twitter, but after careful thought, here is why the Falcons shouldn’t have any interest. The RB Room is Full Enough for Now In free agency,

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Can the 2020 offense be the best in Falcons history?

Every four years, the Falcons seem to put together a historic group of offensive skill position players, resulting in an NFC Championship appearance in 2012 and Super Bowl appearance in 2016. 2020 could continue that trend. Health providing — the potential for ridiculous offensive numbers is unquestionable — and it is not entirely unreasonable to

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