Data Scout Notes: 2014: DPOYM/1stM...PWCamp/PLombardi/PBednarik/PNagurski/PHendricks/PLott/DS#1PSTeamProspect-Dstephens/P1stM...2013: WCamp1st/1stC/HendricksFinalist/1stM...PBednarik/DS#3PSTeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Vic Beasley News
09/29/15 - DE Vic Beasley, who was drafted to help improve the pass rush, turned in his first big sack of his career. With the Falcons holding a 32-28 lead, the Cowboys had the ball and were trying to rally. On third-and-3 from Dallas' 27 yard line, Beasley came off the edge and in low to tackle Dallas quarterback Brandon Weeden for a sack to force a punt. It was Beasley's second sack of the season. He also had one last week against the Giants.
09/21/15 - OLB Vic Beasley Jr. recorded his first career sack, stripping the ball from QB Eli Manning in the process. Beasley Jr., was selected by the Falcons in the first round, eighth overall, of the 2015 NFL Draft.
08/17/15 - DE Vic Beasley started in the exhibition opener. He played the left and right defensive end, but didn't have any sacks. He was called for an offsides penalty.
06/12/15 - LB Vic Beasley, selected by the Falcons in the first round of the draft (8th overall), signed a four-year contract Friday (June 12).
05/05/15 - Falcons show need for speed - and character - with Beasley...Quinn believes that Beasley has elite pass-rushing skills. "I think it's his first-step quickness," Quinn said. "Usually, for a rusher when you can really get off the spot, those are one of things you talk about. How quick can he get off the spot? When we evaluated all of the guys, that was the thing that really jumped out is his initial quickness. When you can beat a guy to the punch, that's when you can have your most success as a rusher, and he certainly has the ability to do that." Dimitroff didn't want to directly answer a question about Gurley, but did note that he talked to St. Louis general manager Les Snead. "Les never indicated to me that he was going after the Bulldog," Dimitroff said. But did the Falcons even consider it? "That's a good question," Dimitroff said. "Our focus was on defense." - The Sports Xchange