Atlanta Falcons' rookie, Vic Beasley, Jr., told ESPN Staff Writer, Vaughn McClure, this week he is giving up the fast food famous for beef and cheddar sandwiches with curly fries to work on improvements with his diet.
That's likely good news for Falcons' fans because it appears the first year defensive end is looking for ways to raise his own ceiling and improve his physical conditioning.
The former Adairsville and Clemson University Tiger has apparently been working with the team's nutritionist in efforts to improve the overall health of his diet.
Vic Beasley, Jr. is one of the athletes tracked by Bartow Sports Zone via the Athletes Beyond Bartow page.
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