Atlanta Falcons’ J.D. McKissic (Central) tosses a practice hand grenade as he and teammates are given a hands-on orientation of training for U.S. Army soldiers working to earn an Expert Infantry Badge on Tuesday at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Wash. Ten players from the active and practice rosters visited the base to view the training, weapons, crawl into and atop a Stryker combat vehicle and sign autographs. Atlanta plays the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Seattle.
Atlanta Falcons’ J.D. McKissic (Central) tosses a practice hand grenade as he and teammates are given a hands-on orientation of training for U.S. Army soldiers working to earn an Expert Infantry Badge on Tuesday at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Wash. Ten players from the active and practice rosters visited the base to view the training, weapons, crawl into and atop a Stryker combat vehicle and sign autographs. Atlanta plays the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Seattle. Elaine Thompson Associated Press
Atlanta Falcons’ J.D. McKissic (Central) tosses a practice hand grenade as he and teammates are given a hands-on orientation of training for U.S. Army soldiers working to earn an Expert Infantry Badge on Tuesday at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Wash. Ten players from the active and practice rosters visited the base to view the training, weapons, crawl into and atop a Stryker combat vehicle and sign autographs. Atlanta plays the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Seattle. Elaine Thompson Associated Press

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