Buffalo Bills fullback Mike Tolbert (35) runs past Atlanta Falcons' Ben Garland (63) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) takes a snap from from center Alex Mack (51) and offensive guard Ben Garland (63) blocks defensive tackle Grady Jarrett (97) during the first day of an NFL training camp football practice Thursday, July 27, 2017, in Flowery Branch, Ga. (AP Photo/John ...
guard. Chris Chester announced his retirement in March, leaving the position up for grabs between fourth-year player Ben Garland and second-year guard Wes Schweitzer . Neither has ever started an NFL game. The quickest way to the quarterback
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practiced on a limited basis and all three were removed from the game status portion of the injury report. Backup center Ben Garland continued to get some work in Mack's place Friday, but it was clear from Quinn's comments that he expects Mack
Mack was seen coaching backup Ben Garland off to the side on technique work ..... backs, or linemen coach linemen. Garland , a studious type, has been working ..... s positioning, they [Mack and Garland ] spend a lot of time in the film
7 lead. Instead, Seattle lost 84 yards of field position, ultimately leading to a safety when defensive tackle Ben Garland fell on a tripped Russell Wilson in the end zone. The Falcons quickly answered with a field goal and a 99-yard touchdown
7 lead. Instead, Seattle lost 84 yards of field position , ultimately leading to a safety when defensive tackle Ben Garland fell on a tripped Russell Wilson in the end zone. The Falcons quickly answered with a field goal and a 99-yard touchdown
Atlanta Falcons' Ben Garland (63) falls onto Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) for a Falcons safety during the first half of an NFL football divisional football game, Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson falls backward into the Atlanta Falcons end zone resulting in a safety.
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