Free agent RB Michael Turner still plans to play in the NFL this season.
Free agent Michael Turner confirmed following Friday's release that he has no plans to retire.
Updating a previous item, Michael Turner's release was officially listed as a failed physical on the league's transaction wire.
Falcons released RB Michael Turner.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Falcons are "likely" to release Michael Turner.
Michael Turner is scheduled to count $8.9 million against the 2013 salary cap, while releasing him would free up $6.4 million.
Citing "those in the know," Dan Pompei of the National Football Post confirms the Falcons will likely move on from Michael Turner.
Michael Turner triggered an escalator in his contract, raising his 2013 salary from $5.5 million to $6.9 million.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says Michael Turner "probably won't be brought back" in 2013.
ESPN NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas confirms that Michael Turner may be a salary cap casualty this offseason.
Michael Turner was held to 30 yards on eight rushes before departing Sunday's NFC Championship Game loss with an ankle injury.
Michael Turner exited Sunday's NFC Championship Game with a third-quarter ankle injury.
Michael Turner rushed 14 times for 98 yards in Sunday's Divisional round victory over the Seahawks.
ESPN's Pat Yasinskas suggests Michael Turner could be cut this offseason.