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Falcons Rookie Minicamp May 8th and 9th

The Falcons will hold their rookie minicamp this Friday and Saturday at the team's practice facility in Flowery Branch.

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With the 2015 NFL Draft barely in the past, Falcons rookies are hitting the ground running with rookie minicamp this Friday and Saturday. Minicamp is the first step for these rookies to start to learn the new scheme, get to know their coaches, and assimilate into the NFL.

The only players permitted to participate in rookie minicamp are drafted rookies, undrafted free agents, and any other player who hasn't spent enough time on a roster to have progressed beyond rookie status. The Falcons will have a number of players in on a tryout basis, and it will also be our first shot to get a look at the drafted players and the undrafted free agents on the practice field.

The media will be permitted to watch the first 30 minutes of practice on Friday and Saturday, and we'll report all we can from that, but what will likely be more interesting will be player comments following minicamp practices as well as Dan Quinn's take on the effort and performance of the rookies.

On Friday, Vic Beasley, Jalen Collins and Tevin Coleman will be available to the media. The remainder of Atlanta's draft picks will speak to the media following Saturday's practice, and we can request specific college free agents on either day.

What questions would you have for the draft picks or college free agents during rookie minicamp, and what would you like to ask Dan Quinn about how the rookies performed over the course of these two days? I can't ask every question, but with so many players available, I should be able to get quite a few good ones in over these two days. Share your questions in the comments.