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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Wednesday, June 24

Fact: Dan Quinn was the first human to capture pictures of Bigfoot using thermal imaging technology

Atlanta Falcons v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Happy Wednesday, Falcoholics! You’ve done it. You’ve finally done it. We’re so proud of you. Making it half way through any week is no small feat. And this week, well, it’s been a doozie. So congrats. Take a bow. We have watered down lemonade and light hors d’oeuvres in the foyer. Help yourself.

Note: Our links contain trace amounts of cyanide and rat feces. The surgeon general recommends against their consumption by humans.

We continued our “Forgotten Falcons” series yesterday by highlighting Mike Gann, a defensive end that played 9 seasons (his entire career) in Atlanta. If you’re unfamiliar with Gann, go read it. If you remember Gann and could use a refresher, go read it. In short, go read it.

It’s anyone’s guess how many touchdowns Julio Jones will score in 2020. 8? 10? 1 million?!?! David Walker tackled the over/under. Thanks, David. You’re the coolest.

Thomas Dimitroff had some interesting things to say about how race affects scouting and personnel decisions.

Which NFC South team has the best coaching staff? Spoiler alert: it’s not the Falcons. Speaking of coaches, the Falcons are hosting a free digital clinic for youth football coaches. If you’re a youth football coach, it’s definitely worth checking out. So go, check it out. Right meow.

Thanks for joining us, Falcoholics. Party favors are by the door.