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Topic - Tony Gonzalez
Goodbye, Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe. Hello, Tony Gonzalez.
Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez thought he was done playing football a few weeks ago. Now, he says he's getting an ideal finish to his career with his 14th Pro Bowl.
Tony Gonzalez has one more game to play after all.
Tony Gonzalez is having a harder time saying goodbye to the NFL than he imagined.
In one emphatic finish, NaVorro Bowman, Colin Kaepernick and the Niners sealed their postseason berth in a ceremonious regular-season farewell for Candlestick Park.
Tony Gonzalez will have more on his mind than just his final game at Candlestick Park, or all of the family and friends making the trip from Southern California.
Tony Gonzalez changed his mind. He wants to play football again.
The Falcons have some big holes at the start of free agency. Tight end isn't one of them.
Matt Bryant kicked a 49-yard field goal with 8 seconds left and the Atlanta Falcons bounced back after blowing a 20-point lead in the fourth quarter, defeating Russell Wilson and the gutty Seattle Seahawks 30-28 in an NFC divisional playoff game Sunday.
The old pro was on the sideline, resigned to the fact that this would turn out like so many games of the past. In the 16 years Tony Gonzalez has played tight end in the NFL, so many seasons ended early that he couldn't expect this one to be any different.
Jason Witten had nearly as many drops as catches through three games this season, back when his side still hurt just about every time he moved because of a lacerated spleen.
The Atlanta Falcons raced to a 17-0 lead and the defense made it stand up, picking off five of Drew Brees' passes and ending his NFL-record touchdown streak at 54 games with a 23-13 victory Thursday night.
No one has led more late game-winning drives during the past five seasons than Matt Ryan, who has kept the Atlanta Falcons flying high with five fourth-quarter rallies this year alone.
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons can forget about any style points.
Of all the teams to end the Atlanta Falcons' unbeaten run, it had to be their resurgent rivals, the New Orleans Saints in a game filled with drama until the end.
"I'm not going to say I'm going to catch 100 balls," he said, "but I think, for me, that's going to be my goal every season, whether it's five years or 10 years, to catch 100 balls on a consistent basis."
"I think the best thing that I can do is reps," Gonzalez said. "You don't go out there and start balling in Week 1."