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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Wednesday, Mar. 18

Fact: Vic Beasley hates fruit snacks

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Welcome to Wednesday, Falcoholics. With any luck, you’re stocked up on toilet paper, adult beverages, and jerky. You’re in our thoughts.

Our links taste best when they’re aged 2-4 weeks. It adds tenderness and gives them that famous dry-aged taste.

Big UGA fan? Well, former UGA WR Leonard Floyd is suddenly available. Should the Falcons give him a hard look?

The Falcons made the decision to tender Brian Hill yesterday. This pleases me.

It’s been a crazy week, and you know what that means: extra podcasts! We have a pod that breaks down all the moves from an eventful Monday and we have a pod that gives you an in-depth look at the man, the myth, the legend, Matthew Chambers. Speaking of the crazy start to the week, here’s a complete accounting of all the players the Falcons have cut, traded for, and signed over the last few days.

By the end of last season, Vic Beasley had done just enough to give us pause about the team’s intentions with him going forward. Thomas “Spike” Dimitroff even alluded to his productive second half when asked if the Falcons would consider re-signing him shortly after the season concluded. Lucky for us, the Falcons moved on quickly, announcing that they had no intention of negotiating a new deal with Vic. That said, we knew Vic would land on his feet elsewhere, and he’s done just that, coming to terms with the Titans.

Franchise quarterback Matthew Thomas Ryan is a really good quarterback and a really good person. That’s why it should come as no surprise that he’s donating $100,000 to help with coronavirus relief.

The Falcons have a shiny new starting tight end. Give Eric Robinson’s scouting report a read, if you have a moment. If you have two moments, here’s what the Ravens experts have to say about Hayden Hurst.