Sunday August 19th, 2018 11:14AM

LISTEN: Former Atlanta Falcon looks to make football safer by teaching children to play the right way

By Afternoon News Wrap

This week on the ANW, we called on a former Atlanta Falcon, All-Pro linebacker Buddy Curry, to discuss whether the sport is safe for children, as well as his efforts in teaching youth football with an emphasis on proper techniques and prioritizing safe play.

Curry also discusses how his program Kids & Pros will be holding a "Falcons Mom Clinic" at North Hall High School on September 12th.

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