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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Tuesday, May 12

Fact: AJ Terrell hasn’t eaten a cookie since 2008

NCAA Football: College Football Playoff Semifinal-Ohio State vs Clemson Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Tuesday, Falcoholics! Thank you for joining us. We have a couple of stale, day-old donuts, if you’re hungry. They’re on a greasy paper plate on that table over there. And feel free to wash them down with a large glass of our ice-cold, locally-sourced links.

COVID-19 has thrown the sports universe into complete chaos. But we all hope the NFL season will proceed as planned this fall, with appropriate safety measures in place, of course. Dr. Anthony Fauci is casting some doubt about, ya know, how exactly an NFL season could proceed in the middle of a pandemic. It sounds like there are real concrete steps they could take to make everyone safer, so this is definitely worth a read.

The Falcons will unfortunately have to face some talented quarterbacks throughout the 2020 season. But the first four games are particularly brutal, as are the last three.

Being selected in the first round of the NFL Draft is a great honor, but fan bases expect first round draft picks to produce and produce quickly. Right or wrong, AJ Terrell will have to shake the “reach pick” designation until he doesn’t. Either way it’s worth knowing that some NFL scouts shared in that sentiment.

Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley are a pair of magical football unicorns, galloping through an enchanted forest full of offensive production. But what does the wide receiver depth chart look like behind them? Adnan Ikic broke down the possibilities for us.