2018 Atlanta Falcons Training Camp
Coverage of the Falcons' 2018 training camp.
The veteran left guard has been a stalwart on the Falcons’ offensive line for years, but injuries disrupted his 2017 season. Levitre’s health could be the catalyst for a dominant offense in 2018.
In our final roster projection of the 2018 preseason, we narrow down some of the last battles on the roster and predict who ends up on the practice squad.
Dan Quinn officially named Brandon Fusco as the Falcons’ starter at RG heading into the 2018 season, and had a few other interesting things to say after Tuesday’s practice.
With the recent changes at FB, Quinn announced that Ricky Ortiz remains the leader even after the addition of Jalston Fowler. Meanwhile, Luke McNitt has managed to find a home with the Vikings.
How has the Chiefs’ game affected the Falcons’ roster battles? We take a closer look by projecting the full 53-man roster and practice squad.
Join Kevin and Eric at 8:10 PM ET as they recap what we learned from the Falcons first preseason game against the Jets, and look ahead to this week’s match-up with the Chiefs.
How has the first preseason game affected the battles for the Falcons’ 53-man roster (and practice squad)? We take a closer look in our latest roster projection.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they preview the Falcons first preseason game against the Jets, recap the second week of training camp, and discuss the team’s first official depth chart.
What happened on Wednesday, and what does it mean for Friday?
Don’t get Falcons vs. Jets on TV or just want to listen to some top-quality Falcons-centric analysis? Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live during Friday’s preseason match-up for a live play-by-play broadcast of the game.
The Falcons have amassed a staggering amount of talent on offense over the past several seasons. Atlanta now has the capability to utilize a variety of personnel groupings to exploit almost any defensive scheme.
Takk’s injury, Matt Bryant’s injury fill-in, and more highlight today’s recap.
We’re only days away from the Jets game, and training camp is still in full swing.
The former Washington UDFA drew some major praise from Matt Ryan recently.
The Falcons continue to give us nothing but good feelings in their training camp practices.
A fresh guess after several days of training camp.
Join the crew at 8:10pm ET as they recap all the news and notes from the first week of Falcons training camp and answer your most pressing questions.
What will today bring for our beloved birds?
Austin Hooper looks good, Takkarist McKinley isn’t practicing, and the red zone work goes fitfully.
It’s nothing serious for either player, but we’ll monitor both just the same.
Here’s what you need to know for all of today’s action.
Dan Quinn split the Falcons into two separate teams for a full half scrimmage during Monday’s practice. We got an interesting glimpse into the team’s thoughts on a lot of players, and witnessed a dominant performance by the defense.
Who makes it, and who gets left behind?
A packed stadium made for a great atmosphere.
A sigh of relief and what should be a fun day at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
There was some real news from the second day of training camp, and here it is.
What did we see yesterday?
During Quinn and Dimitroff’s opening press conference, both downplayed the alleged drama between Julio Jones and the team, and provided a few other tidbits of interesting information.
What to look for today, and updates from all over.
The holdout that might have been has been averted.