Former Falcons WR Harry Douglas to visit the Titans
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9:48 am ET) Former Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglaswill visit the Titans on Thursday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Douglas was released by Atlanta on Friday after playing for the Falcons since 2008. Tennessee assistant coach Mike Mularkey.
Douglas racked up 258 receptions, 3,130 yards and eight touchdowns during his stint with the Falcons. Last season, he turned 75 targets into 51 catches for 556 yards and two scores.
Douglas has been with the Falcons since 2008, and had a year remaining in his deal. He racked up 258 receptions, 3,130 yards and eight touchdowns. Last season, he turned 75 targets into 51 catches for 556 yards and two scores. This comes a day after the team released veteran running back Steven Jackson, as new coach Dan Quinn prepares for roster shakeup this offseason.
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Falcons WRs Roddy White, Harry Douglas back at practice
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/25/14) Falcons receivers Roddy White (ankle) and Harry Douglas (foot) returned to practice Thursday ahead of Sunday's division-deciding game against Carolina. While wideout Julio Jones (oblique) remained sidelined, he's expected to start opposite White with Douglas serving as the No. 3 receiver.
Atlanta is a 4-point home favorite to capture the NFC South.
Falcons WRs Roddy White, Harry Douglas combine for 102 yards
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/21/14) Falcons receivers Roddy White and Harry Douglas combined for 102 receiving yards in Sunday's win over New Orleans in Week 16.
White came down with six of the nine passes thrown in his direction for 55 yards. Douglas was targeted seven times and finished with four catches for 47 yards in a 30-14 victory.
Atlanta will face Carolina in Week 17. The winner will advance to the playoffs.
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This might be the most important season of Harry Douglas' career. After posting career highs across the board in 2013, Falcons coach Mike Smith admitted the team will go in a new direction offensively following the retirement of tight end Tony Gonzalez. One of those directions could mean a jump in playing time for Douglas, who saw 71 percent of the snaps in games Julio Jones was healthy for and 93 percent of the snaps once Jones went down for the season. Stunningly, Douglas totaled 1,067 yards last season on 85 catches but had just three games with at least 10 Fantasy points. Even if he manages to get close to the 133 targets he attained last year, Douglas isn't expected to be a Fantasy dynamo worth considering for regular starts. He's a bench guy -- expect him to get picked with a late-round choice this summer.