1. Keanu Neal was placed on injured reserve on September 10, 2018.
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2. Keanu Neal finished second in tackles for the Falcons, behind linebacker Deion Jones, and finished second in tackles among safeties behind Reshad Jones.
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4. Keanu Neal was the second safety selected in 2016 behind West Virginia's Karl Joseph.
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5. Keanu Neal committed to the University of Florida to play college football under head coach Will Muschamp.
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9. Keanu Neal used his Twitter account to pass along a message of faith.
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14. Keanu Neal has undergone successful ACL surgery Tuesday, per his personal Twitter handle.
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17. Keanu Neal was born on 26th July 1995 in Webster, Florida of the United States.
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18. Keanu Neal left Florida after his junior season and was drafted by the Falcons with the 17th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft.
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19. Keanu Neal was lost for the season early with a torn ACL, and Ricardo Allen to a torn Achilles.
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22. Keanu Neal sustained a knee injury after receiving a stiff arm while attempting to tackle Dolphins' running back Arian Foster during a 17-yard reception.
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