By Matt Jones on ©August 03rd, 2009 @ 5:25pm
Posted in Blue Blooded Opinions | 23 Responses
Alan Cutler reports tonight that Dicky Lyons has signed with the Atlanta Falcons and is on his way to report to camp tonight. Good news for one of our favorites.
Great news! Congrats Dicky!
Did Alan chase Dicky down to get this story??
Glad to see a team give him a chance.
Awesome! Hope that knee’s ready.
3, joke is not officially old. let it die son, let it die.
lol when i worked at the jimmy johns on main street, it was like midnight, and all of a sudden we see this big ass white dude just JETTING so were all like “wtf was that” then (we gave the bouncers free food, they gave us protection from drunks, it worked) come storming in and just goes “MAN F*CK DICKY” apparently dicky was being an ass and hit one of the bouncers and just bounced. lol true story.
man, totally forgot the part where they were from A1A
Jai Lucas is a beast.
Ron Perlman is a beast
Can anyone confirm Steve Masiello is working at a car wash in Baltimore?
I swear I saw him there recently….
I love it! I hope he makes the final roster since camp is just starting. I live in Atlanta and the Falcons are my favorite team.
That damn Dicky Boi!!!!!!!!
Wait… I thought he had to drop out of football with a career-ending injury.
it was season ending, effectively ending his uk career because he had used up all of his eligibilty
6: Sorry brother but Alan’s 100 yard dash and his heavy breathing will NEVER die!!! That was a once in a lifetime made for TV incident that I will cherish until the day I perish.
Good luck to Dicky. He deserves it.
17 — that’s what she said.
I hope he makes Good!
Great to see Dicky get a shot.
Congrats Dicky! Very happy for you.
Congrats Dicky!!! Good luck we look forward too watching you. GO CATS!!!!
18 – That a was miserable one.
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