PFT has learned, via a league source, that Connor worked out for the Falcons.
Connor has always been a solid player, someone who is capable enough against the run and fits the thumper profile of an inside linebacker to a T. His biggest problem has been health, as he's repeatedly struggled to stay on the field for an entire season. Last year, he was basically a reserve in the few games he actively participated in.
If his health checks out, it's not a bad idea for the Falcons to bring him in and let him compete for a spot at inside linebacker, where the Falcons currently project to have Paul Worrilow, Akeem Dent and maybe Sean Weatherspoon. We'll see what comes of this.