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Ryan in line for big pay day
(3/5/13) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is set to enter the final year of the six-year, $72 million contract he signed in May of 2008. He had $34.75 million of his original contract guaranteed. Thanks to the recent contract signed by Joe Flacco, Ryan is going to get a nice pay raise. The report says "when the time is right, Ryan appears set to join Flacco in the $100 million club."
Falcons back Ryan
(1/29/13) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Falcons remain committed to quarterback Matt Ryan, who is set to enter the last year of his six-year, $66.5 million contract and will likely command a huge increase. “I’ve been incredibly impressed with how Matt just continues to mature with every season and every experience,” Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said. “Matt takes all of his experiences into consideration as he continues to grow. He doesn’t take anything for granted. He has a very good working relationship with our head coach obviously and then this year with (offensive coordinator) Dirk Koetter, which has been extremely important for Matt’s development.” Coach Mike Smith is also behind Ryan, especially with a stagnant running game and the expected retirement of Tony Gonzalez. “We kind of gave the reins to Matt this year in terms of what we’re trying to get done offensively,” Smith said. “It’s always changing. … Matt, in my mind, is an elite quarterback in the National Football League. The number of games that he’s won in his first five years says that. The way he plays, the way he operates the offense, the way he distributes the ball, his understanding of the game, he is one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL.”
Ryan avoids shoulder surgery
(1/21/13) An MRI taken Monday on Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan's left (non-throwing) shoulder confirmed a Grade 2 AC joint sprain, according to ESPN. Ryan, who suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter of Atlanta's loss to San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, is expected to keep his shoulder in a sling for about 10 days. He will not require surgery and is scheduled to make a full recovery in four weeks. Falcons coach Mike Smith said Monday the injury would not have prevented Ryan from playing in the Super Bowl had they advanced. "No surgical procedure," Smith said. "He’ll be rehabbing him here over the next couple of weeks. Then he’ll get on to his offseason."
Ryan to have MRI on shoulder
(1/20/13) Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had a big game on Sunday in the NFC Championship at home against the 49ers. Unfortunately, playing at home and considered underdogs in the game, Ryan couldn't get his team to the Super Bowl. Ryan threw three touchdown passes and went for just under 400 passing yards but it wasn't enough in the 28-24 defeat. He finished 30 for 42 for 396 yards with three touchdown passes and one interception, while also losing a fumble. According to ESPN, Ryan suffered a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder during the game and will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of the injury, but he is not expected to require surgery. Several reports indicated the issue would have prevented him from playing in the Super Bowl had the Falcons advanced.
Ryan hopes for win streak
(1/18/13) Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan won his first playoff game in the Divisional round against the Seahawks. And now he's looking to start a winning streak against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday. Ryan played well against the Seahawks with 250 passing yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions and now has at least 23 Fantasy points in four of his past five outings. The 49ers have struggled of late with three of their past four opposing quarterbacks scoring at least 22 Fantasy points, and Ryan should be able to make plays down the field to Roddy White and Julio Jones.
 
 
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