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Falcons-Bengals post-game injury report: DT Grady Jarrett banged up in loss The Atlanta Falcons lost another heartbreaker today Stitched Deion Jones Jersey , falling to the Cincinatti Bengals with only seconds to play ... literally. It’s hard to know where to go from here, but let’s be honest, the defense isn’t the same without Keanu Neal, Deion Jones, and Ricardo Allen. That unit isn’t likely to drastically improve in the immediate future. But alas Youth Deion Jones Jersey , there were a couple of injuries in today’s game. Let’s talk about them. Grady Jarrett got banged up in the second half. He apparently injured his ankle and earned a “questionable” designation. Jarrett found himself on a training table and some poor soul took his helmet away. (Imagine being that guy.) After getting taped up, he had his helmet back on and looked ready to play, for what that’s worth. But he was noticeably absent during the game’s final minutes. Mohamed Sanu was shaken up during the second half as well. He was having quite the game against his former team, putting up over 100 yards on the day. It didn’t appear to be anything serious, but we’ll keep an eye on it Stitched Keanu Neal Jersey , just in case. Not a bad day from an injury standpoint, right? The Arizona Falcons?"The Arizona Cardinals have apparently been keeping close tabs on the Atlanta Falcons this past week, and apparently they’ve been pretty excited about the cuts the Birds have been making.The Cardinals have reportedly come to terms with Brooks Reed, who was the final of Atlanta’s first wave of cuts this week. This comes just two days after it was reported that Arizona was signing Robert Alford to a three year, $22.5 million contract.Reed will be signing on with Arizona for $2 million this season Youth Keanu Neal Jersey , which seems like good value for someone who at the very least is an above average run defender, even if the sacks were never really there for the Falcons (7.0 sacks in four seasons).Reed is an Arizona native, who was born in Tucson and went to the University of Arizona before being drafted into the NFL. I’m just speculating here, but he might’ve taken a hometown discount to sign with the Cardinals. All in all, it’s always a nice story when someone gets to go home and play for his childhood city.Cardinals reporter Darren Urban expects Reed to slot in as a linebacker for Arizona — the position he played for the first five years of his career before Dan Quinn moved him to defensive end.
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