2022 Courage Award Winner

Isaiah Oliver

2022 Ed Block Courage Award Winner

Isaiah severely injured his right knee on October 3, 2021, undergoing surgery to repair his ACL and lateral meniscus.  After remaining in Atlanta to rehab with the Athletic Training staff, he was cleared to participate in training camp and returned to the field as a significant contributor in week five.

Position CB
Height 6'1"
Weight 210 lbs
College Colorado
NFL Experience 5 years

Past Winners

  • 2021 - Brandon Copeland
  • 2020 - Steven Means 
  • 2019 - Ricardo Allen 
  • 2018 - Jack Crawford 
  • 2017 - LaRoy Reynolds 
  • 2016 - Kemal Ishmael 
  • 2015 - Adrian Clayborn 
  • 2014 - Corey Peters 
  • 2013 - Roddy White 
  • 2012 - Jason Snelling 
  • 2011 - Kerry Meier 
  • 2010 - Brian Williams 
  • 2009 - Coy Wire 
  • 2008 - Brian Finneran 
  • 2007 - Alge Crumpler 
  • 2006 - Kevin Mathis 
  • 2005 - Justin Griffith 
  • 2004 - Roberto Garza 
  • 2003 - Ed Jasper 
  • 2002 - Chris Draft 
  • 2001 - Shawn Jefferson 
  • 2000 - Jamal Anderson 
  • 1999 - Byron Hanspard 
  • 1998 - Bobby Christian 
  • 1997 - Jessie Tuggle 
  • 1996 - Bobby Hebert 
  • 1995 - Alton Montgomery 
  • 1994 - Craig Heyward 
  • 1993 - Jumpy Geathers 
  • 1992 - Mike Gann 
  • 1991 - John Rade 
  • 1990 - Mike Kenn 
  • 1989 - Kenny Flowers 
  • 1988 - Bret Clark 
  • 1987 - Jeff Kiewel 
  • 1986 - William Andrews 
  • 1985 - Billy Johnson 
  • 1984 - Jeff Van Note 

Supporting the National Courage House Network

The Atlanta Falcons are proud to support Eagle Ranch, a member of the National Courage House Network.