Judge Susan Nelson performed some sort of legal maneuver Monday night to lift the NFL lockout, which theoretically freed up NFL players to meet, be contacted by their coaches and work out at team facilities. While some players around the league headed in to try and work -- before being turned away, at least in the case of D'Brickashaw Ferguson -- Atlanta Falcons players aren't planning to convene, according to a tweet by WSB's Zach Klein.
Monday night Roddy White tweeted that he wasn't sure about whether he'd go to Flowery Branch Tuesday morning, but that he "probably should." Many Falcons players seemed especially active on Twitter Tuesday morning around 6 am ET, which could be totally unrelated.
The team had been working out away from the club's official campus in the weeks preceding the likely brief lockout of the lockout.
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