Want Falcons Info? Head To Twitter!

July 27, 2012; Flowery Branch, GA, USA; Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (84) catches a pass during training camp at the Atlanta Falcons Training Facility. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

If you haven't succumbed to the Twitter craze yet, you should. It's a great way to catch blurbs of the players' lives, and players like Roddy White always have something interesting to say. It's also a way you can catch posts from here or from sites like the Falcons' official site, the writers from there, etc.

I used to not be on Twitter much, but there's so much information you can get from so many different sources, it's a neat way to see little blurbs of thought from a lot of different people.

After the jump, I'll go over some Twitter names you can follow to get you started!

This could grow into a rather long list, so I'll try to keep it somewhat organized.

The Not-Players

I didn't really know how to describe this, since it has to do with the Falcons, but it's not the players. This'll do.




Jay Adams and Daniel Cox are the go-to guys when it comes to web content for the Falcons. It's not impossible to get a Twitter conversation in with them either, so long as you're nice! Atlanta_Falcons is the main Falcons Twitter.


This is Roddy White, and he's a part of the Falcons. No, really.


Someone has created a faux account for Mike Smith. I wonder who it could be?


If you like D. Orlando Ledbetter, this is him. He's the Falcons beat writer for the AJC, if you're unaware.


And this is Mark Schultz, who writes about more than just the Falcons, if I'm not mistaken. He still gives some good reads


Jason used to be a pretty big contributor here, then he put his big boy pants on and left us to be a more integral part of SB Nation


This is where most of the Atlanta sports news comes in, if you're a fan of more than the Falcons.

The Players

Naturally, I could list every player on here, but that would be really time consuming, so I'll list a few.


Naturally, that one needs no explanation.


Nor does that one.


Most everyone's favorite Falcon. He hasn't warmed up to the Twitter world much, but hey, maybe with more followers, he will!


He's a pretty good follow. He tweets a good bit, and he interacts with fans, too.


This is Thomas DeCoud. He tweets a good bit, and he has a really clever Twitter name.


This is Abe. I believe he tweets a good bit as well.


You are required to follow this (former) player. He has this thing going on called #HOP or "Hold on, playa!" where he retweets stupid things that other people see in their daily lives. Many of them are quite funny, and he's a former Falcon.

Honorable Mentions



Scott Carasik and Dawson Devitt are both good follows when it comes to Falcons news, and they're both good conversations on Twitter as well.


He's a Falcons fan. He does the Rise Up thing. Oh, and he yells like heck about the Olympics. He might be the most American man on this planet.

The Falcoholics


I'll bet you can't guess who this is.


Or this one.


or this one.


especially this one.


You're doing yourself a huge disservice if you don't follow Jeanna. She's awesome!

That's not a list of everybody, but it's a good start! Just about every Falcons player has Twitter, so it's worth it to search them out and follow them if you like!

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