Fox Sports South "Former Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner, who was arrested on Sept. 18 in Gwinnett County on suspicion of driving under the influence, pleaded guilty to reckless driving and has received 12 months of probation, a $1,000 fine and 30 days of community service, along with his participation..." June 15
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Falcons running back Michael Turner was officially released because of a failed physical, which was listed in the league transactions on Friday. Turner aggravated an ankle injury in the NFC championship game. He limped off the field in the third quarter and did not return. The team did not..." March 02
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "With an eye toward creating some salary cap space and getting younger, the Falcons released three key veterans -- running back Michael Turner, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson -- on Friday, the team confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Turner’s release saves the..." March 01
Major moves in ATL: Falcons are releasing CB Dunta Robinson, RB Michael Turner and DE John Abraham today.
ACME Packing Company "In a move that surprises exactly nobody who follows the NFL, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson has apparently decided to void the final year of his contract and test the open market in free agency this March. The immediate speculation has begun that the Packers will begin courting Jackson..." February 27
ESPN.com "The Atlanta Falcons are likely to release running back Michael Turner, who is scheduled to make $6.9 million next season, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday. Turner, 31, rushed for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns last season as the Falcons reached the NFC Championship..." February 23
Falcons are likely to release running back Michael Turner, who is scheduled to make $6.9 million this season.
National Football Post "Word out of Atlanta is the Falcons believe they need to add to the secondary and find an able replacement for Michael Turner if they want to get over the hurdle next year. Turner’s inconsistency made the Falcons offense one dimensional at times." February 16
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Falcons may have been just 10 yards short from reaching Super Bowl XLVII, but don’t expect them to stand pat in 2013. Like old crooner Sam Cooke use to sing, “A change is gonna come.” Contending teams that remain stagnant in the NFL risk falling back into the pack of mediocrity. The Falcons..." February 05