5 things to know tonight: Falcons coach says NFL will review controversial play


5 things to know tonight: Falcons coach says NFL will review controversial play

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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, right, and Earl Thomas (obscured) break up a pass intended for Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones (11) in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, in Seattle. The Seahawks beat the Falcons 26-24. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

1. Quinn: NFL will review no-call on Falcons’ final play. Game officials did not penalize Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman for grabbing wide receiver Julio Jones’ right arm with the ball in the air on what turned out to be the Falcons’ final play in a loss at Seattle on Sunday. [Read more]

2. Condemned cop killer wants steak for his last meal. Greg Lawler, set to be put to death Wednesday for killing an Atlanta police officer, has asked for a rib eye steak, a baked potato with sour cream and asparagus, among other things. [Read more

3. Teen says she exchanged sexually explicit messages with Ross Harris. An Alabama teenager testified Monday that she and hot-car murder defendant Ross Harris exchanged lewd photos and engaged in sexual banter just weeks before Harris’ 22-month-old son’s death. [Read more]

4. How to vote early in Georgia. Early “in-person” voting for the Nov. 8 presidential election started Monday and will be available over the next three weeks. [Read more]

5. Expect ‘busy day’ at Driver Services after computer problems. The computer system at Georgia's 66 locations went down Saturday and though officials plan to be in business on Tuesday, longer-than-usual wait times should be expected. [Read more]

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