Mack Hollins adds size and eccentric outlook to Falcons attack at wide receiver

doesn’t like shoes, doesn’t like utensils. He also doesn’t like the assumption he should aim only for the Atlanta Falcons’ No. 2 receiver spot. "The No. 1 spot is up and I’ll go for it. Drake is my roommate. He gets no free days. Every spot in my mind is up for grabs. Just because he got a nice signing bonus, there’s no free lunches around here." (Associated Press)

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Mack Hollins adds size and eccentric outlook to Falcons attack at wide receiver

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