CampLyfe: Day 8

It’s day 8. The grind is real. We still have three more padded practices until our next day off and until we fly to Foxboro for our practices and preseason game with the Patriots. You can’t become complacent. You can’t let the grind make you slow down. You have to push through and continue to strive to become your best. …

CampLyfe: Day 7

Our day off yesterday was awesome. All my focus was on recovery. I hit up the ice baths, did the cryozone and got in the compression boots. And boy did it help. We were back at it today in shoulder pads and we had fresh legs. We were running around and having fun making plays. You could definitely feel the …

CampLyfe: Day 5

I can’t believe we’ve already had five practices. This day off couldn’t come at a more perfect time. We’ve been grinding and been putting in the work. We definitely deserve this day off. Recovery is the objective. I got a nice little 80 minute massage schedule for tomorrow at the Greenbrier Spa and I heard it’s really top-notch. Going to …

CampLyfe: Day 4

It was say two of full pads and, as expected, it was tough. The coaches have us grinding. We weren’t so lucky with the weather this time. It was the definition of camp weather. Hot, hot and hot. Soreness is definitely at a new level now since today’s practice. The grind is just starting. Before you know it, we will …

CampLyfe: Day 3

Today we finally strapped the pads back on and it felt awesome. We weren’t perfect all the time, but we went 100%. We ran. We hit. We made some noise. Nothing like the sound of pads hitting in the morning. Of course with pads also comes soreness. Right now it’s all about recovery until tomorrow and, of course, fixing corrections. …

CampLyfe: Day 2

Today was very overcast. It was nice not getting destroyed by the sun’s heat. People had some extra juice today because of it. I know the linebackers were running around and making plays today. We are definitely going to be a tough group. Got a lot of talent in our room, even our rookie linebackers are showing up on tape. …

#CampLyfe 2016: Day 1

Today was the first day of practice. It wasn’t as hot as New Orleans, but it was still cooking. The view we have from our facility is absolutely stunning. White Sulphur Springs is really a special place. And my heart goes out to those who were affected by the recent flood. I am very glad Coach Peyton decided to forgo …

AtlantaFalcons.com: Stupar Succeeding in Expanded Role

“It’s the competition,” Stupar explained. “Coach Quinn does a really good job of getting us to compete. That makes everyone better. It puts people up to the next level. That’s what’s fun, getting better each and every day against each other.” Read the FulL Article Here.