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- Aug 1, 1997
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- Lafayette, LA
Jeff Schultz / Atlanta Journal-Constitution
By the time this is over, when the locker room in Flowery Branch looks like Main St. in Tombstone, there are going to be players and agents who will say that Thomas Dimitroff has blood on his hands.
A team falls apart. A franchise crumbles with it. The win column shrinks from 11 to 8 to 7 to 4. Home games slide so far off the radar that the marketing department can’t even fabricate numbers about a season-ticket waiting list any more.
If there is any absolute about the state of the Falcons these days, it’s this: Nobody is indispensable. Some teams have a nucleus to build around. The Falcons barely have an embryo. So if you see suspicious looking wires running from the locker room to Dimitroff’s office, and the general manager pushes down on the plunger as early as today, don’t feel the need to cover your eyes. Full Story – Journal-Constitutionhttp://www.ajc.com/blogs/content/sh...olumns/entries/2008/02/14/no_one_is_safe.html