Nigel Bradham Jersey suspended for first game of 2018 season

The Eagles will kick off the 2018 regular season when they face the Falcons on September 6, but linebacker Nigel Bradham’s first action of the year will have to wait at least one more week.
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Field Yates of ESPN reports that Bradham has been suspended for one game by the league. Yates does not offer any reason for the suspension.

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A three-game suspension wouldn’t have Logan Thomas Jersey any impact on the Falcons, as they aren’t set to face the Buccaneers until Week 6.NFL.com writer ranks the divisions and to no one’s surprise, the NFC South reigns supreme

In case you forgot and need a refresher how teams finished in 2017, here are the league standings from a year ago. The Saints won the South despite finishing with the same 4-2 division mark as the Falcons because they had a better overall record.

If you don’t feel like clicking on the link at the beginning of the story, here’s how the rest of Rosenthal’s 2018 rankings shake out:

If you had to build a squad of the best 11 players in Falcons history, who would they be? With World Cup fever in full bloom, that’s exactly the question NFL.com writer Adam Rank asked for each NFC South team as he put together an all-time XI lineup.