Will Yoder
Tuesday March 27th, 2012

The Atlanta Falcons have re-signed center Todd McClure to a one-year deal, according to ProFootballTalk.

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McClure, 35, has been with the Flacons since his rookie season in 1999, and is the club’s longest current tenured player. Throughout his career in the NFL, he has started in 175 games and played in 178. He held the clubs record for starts with 144 straight starts. If he returns healthy he will be a starter for the 2012 season. Last season he missed three games with a knee injury, and over his career he has made 10 tackles, eight of them have been solo, two have been assisted.

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