Falcons RB Devonta Freeman Says He Has No Intentions of Holding Out in 2017

The good news for Falcons fans is it looks like things will be just fine when it comes to Devonta Freeman coming to camp and not holding out.

Freeman gave a quote to ESPN’s Josina Anderson that seems to state that he’ll be more than happy to come to camp and eventually see where things line up for his future.

Falcons RB Devonta Freeman to me on why he doesn’t feel the need to hold out: “Me and my team, we already said what we expected and wanted so there is no need for me to sit around here saying ‘why my contract not done?’ ‘Why is this, and why is that?’ I don’t have to do that. I don’t have those problems because realistically I am under contract already. I have to play my fourth season, so it’s no big deal.”

Freeman added: “I’m a firm believer in God. I believe everything that is going to happen will happen at the right time. Sure I can be over-concerned and be like I am a running back and my NFL lifespan is already short ..especially in a sport where anything can happen. But, I feel like when you worry about that stuff, that is when you are more likely to have an injury.”


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