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The Atlanta Falcons traveled to the heart of London on Saturday and were greeted by thousands of different NFL fans in Trafalgar Square
The Atlanta Falcons traveled to London this week for Sunday's International Series contest against the Detroit Lions. We take a look at which team the national experts like in the Week 8 matchup.
Wide receiver Harry Douglas was limited in practice for the second day in a row and could be back on the field Sunday after a four-game absence
Following a trip across the pond to London and a great week of practice, the Atlanta Falcons are prepared for Sunday's matchup against the Detroit Lions, looking for their third win of the season.
Head coach Mike Smith spoke to the media in London on Thursday about the offensive line, specifically WR Harry Douglas' return to practice participation.
A big part of any culture is the food and as the Falcons immerse themselves into a London lifestyle this week, some are enjoying the tastes and others aren't.
Head coach Mike Smith said before practice Thursday that wide receiver Harry Douglas would be a limited participant, something he hasn't been since Week 4
A virtual unknown, Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy has had a breakthrough year in an impressive front seven and the Falcons know he's going to need attention
The Falcons will be set for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff here in London, but back home, fans will be waking up with them as the game gets started at 9:30 a.m. ET
The game in London is not the first time the Atlanta Falcons have gone abroad to play football. Find out about one of these games in 2005 in which the Falcons defeated the Colts in Tokyo, Japan.
Head coach Mike Smith and Quarterback Matt Ryan spoke to the media in London on Wednesday prior to their practice at Arsenal Training Centre.
Wide receiver Harry Douglas has missed four straight games with a foot injury and the coaching staff will be monitoring his condition all week to see if he'll be available Sunday

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The Atlanta Falcons are just a day away from hitting the field at Wembley Stadium, but took time to greet fans and address them at the International Series Fan Rally held in Trafalgar Square on Saturday
Freddie Falcon wasted no time upon arriving in London to do some sightseeing (and cause a little trouble)!
While we’ve educated the Falcons on the different terms they’re hearing around London, their accents need a bit of work. Entertain yourself as they try to show off the native inflection.
Falcons defensive end Malliciah Goodman takes in the sights in London during some free time and provides an update on the Falcons' trip in front of Buckingham Palace
There's nothing left but to play the game now as the Falcons wrapped up practice and media sessions Friday afternoon at Arsenal in front of a large contingent of reporters
Falcons head coach Mike Smith met with the media following the final day of on-field preparations at Arsenal and spoke about productive practice sessions for the team
With a banged up offensive line facing a fierce Detroit front seven, wide receiver Roddy White says he and his teammates will be expecting the ball to come out quick on Sunday
England has a vocabulary all its own and we tested some of their terms out on the Falcons. Today, we take a ride with the Falcons to see if they know what "The Tube" is.

Falcons vs. Detroit
(in London)


 

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