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Until Turner finds a home, his value is gone.
He can still score from a yard out, but that's pretty much it.
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The NFL Injury Report | Mar 2nd, 11:00am
In an effort to reduce their salary cap total, the Atlanta Falcons cut a trio of starters yesterday, including running back Michael Turner, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson. The Falcons today have released veterans RB Michael Turner, DE John Abraham and CB Dunta Robinson: atlfal.co.nz/15VXDBa — Atlanta_Falcons (@Atlanta_Falcons) March 1, 2013 By parting ways with the...
FFToolbox | Mar 1st, 2:24pm
The Falcons parted ways with three big-name veterans Friday. Running back Michael Turner, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson were all on the chopping block. The three cuts save Atlanta $21.4 million and creates $18.7 million in salary-cap space. FANTASY ANALYSIS: Abraham will turn 35 in May, but he is still a quality pass-rusher and may be the best defensive end available in free...
NFL.com | Mar 1st, 12:47pm
In today's Three and Out: Michael Turner is out in Atlanta while the Eagles and Jets are looking to bring quarterbacks in.
FFToolbox | Feb 22nd, 6:23pm
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Friday that it's "likely" the Falcons will release running back Michael Turner. He did not specifiy when the move will come. Turner's scheduled salary for next season is $6.9 million, and the team would save $6.4 million by releasing Turner. The 31-year-old running back scored nine touchdowns last season, but he averaged just 3.6 yards with his 217 carries. FANTASY ANALYSIS:...
NFL.com | Feb 11th, 1:19pm
Several key fantasy names could be moving on with reports that Michael Turner, Percy Harvin, Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker could all have new homes in 2013.
The NFL Injury Report | Feb 11th, 8:43am
The Atlanta Falcons figure to be in the market for a running back this offseason, as they are expected to cut veteran Michael Turner in an attempt to get younger at the position, according to Dan Pompei of The National Football Post. The Falcons look to be in the running back market this offseason, according to those who know. Chances are the team will cut ties with 30-year old Michael Turner...
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