NFC South Morning Jog: Can Falcons' Offense Be Best in NFC?

Knox BardeenNFC South Lead WriterJune 12, 2012

The 2012 season could be a breakout year for the Falcons on offense.
The 2012 season could be a breakout year for the Falcons on offense.Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Each morning, I like to start the day off with a workout—usually a morning jog. I can clear my head, plan my day and think about what’s going on around the NFC South.

Atlanta Falcons

Bucky Brooks of talks about how Dirk Koetter will make the Falcons' offense better, possibly the best in the NFC.


Carolina Panthers

The Charlotte Observer has a five-point checklist for Panthers minicamp. The three-day camp starts Tuesday.

The Panthers signed undrafted rookie free agents Michael Avila and Lamont Bryant Monday, according to The Charlotte Observer. To make room, Carolina cut Chris Manno and Wes Kemp.


New Orleans Saints

The NFL Network guys debate Rob Gronkowski versus Jimmy Graham. Which tight end should be ranked higher? [Video]

Chase Daniel is really reaping the rewards of the extra snaps and attention from the Saints with Drew Brees holding out. [Fox Sports]


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Josh Freeman has been working on two things mechanically this offseason, according to JoeBucsFan. The first is keeping two hands on the ball, and the second is making off-balance throws.

The Tampa Bay Times lists more items that quarterback Josh Freeman is working on: 1) Familiarizing himself with new terminology 2) Avoiding the stumble when re-setting his feet.

Minicamp starts Tuesday and runs through Thursday in Tampa. [Tampa Bay Times]