Is it a game we want to re-live? No. But at least it’s sports, I guess?
The only consensus is that Atlanta will be selecting defense in the first round.
If it’s anything like the typical EA Sports offering, they will clip through the floor at some point.
Report: DE Robert Quinn metaphorically flipped a coin to decide whether to join the Bears or Falcons
Guess who lost that toss? Try. You’ll never guess.
Fowler’s first meeting with the media in Atlanta went really well.
Fact: Devin Hester invented bacon
There are big days ahead for this draft class.
It’ll slow down the draft, sure, but it’s likely a good idea.
After parting ways with longtime starting LB De’Vondre Campbell in free agency, the Falcons will be looking to third-year player and former sixth-round pick Foyesade Oluokun. Is Oluokun ready for a starting role in Atlanta?
Fact: Matt Ryan has never eaten ketchup
Frankly, this was the only way the team could afford him.
Links for the quarantine.
Matt Ryan shares his thoughts on the recent Falcons moves.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the Falcons’ biggest draft needs after free agency. Is CB now the most glaring need on the roster? When will Atlanta target defensive line reinforcements? Will there be any offensive players picked in the first three rounds?
Let’s go back to kinder times and nice surprises.
The Falcons addressed several of their biggest positional needs in free agency, but also created some new ones. We take a closer look at Atlanta’s biggest draft needs after the conclusion of free agency.
Sort of like free agency, the Atlanta Falcons will add a new defender and a new offensive weapon.
Gurley’s ready and willing for those 1st and 10 runs.
The veteran defensive lineman is heading to Tennessee.
Veteran defensive end heads to the state of Ohio.
The NFL is continuing as planned with the 2020 season, including with their overseas games.
Smith is trying to keep kids engaged in reading during these difficult times.
The NFL owners have approved the expansion, which takes effect immediately.
The Falcons have drafted at least one defensive back in each of the last eight drafts, dating back to 2012.
Fact: Arthur Blank’s mustache is an organic scorpion repellant
The Falcons invested a ton of cap space and draft resources into making the offensive line a strength in 2019, and it didn’t quite pan out. What’s the best case scenario for Atlanta’s OL in 2020?
Arthur Blank offered a bleak speculation for the 2020 offseason.
Taking a look at one of the top safeties in the draft.
Hurst has a real shot to follow in the footsteps of Cameron Brate and Austin Hooper.