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Introducing the 2020 Atlanta Falcons postseason roster review

As always, we’ll be moving through the roster position-by-position to see what the team has.

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The season is over, and while we’ll be handing out a few superlatives here in the coming days, we’d like to focus more on the meat and potatoes than the pasta salad. That’s an analogy, right?

It’s no great secret that Atlanta’s roster needs significant work, a task for the next front office to tackle with gusto. At the moment, we’ll be looking at the state of the roster with a look back at who did what in 2020, what each position might look like in 2021, and a few guesses at who may or may not return.

To lead us in to the series, here’s the currently signed roster. We’ll start with quarterback tomorrow.

Quarterback

Matt Ryan

Kurt Benkert

Running back

Ito Smith

Qadree Ollison

Tony Brooks-James

Fullback

Keith Smith

Wide receiver

Julio Jones

Calvin Ridley

Russell Gage

Olamide Zaccheaus

Chris Rowland

Greg Dortch

Tight end

Hayden Hurst

Tackle

Jake Matthews

Kaleb McGary

Willie Beavers

Guard

James Carpenter

Chris Lindstrom

Willie Wright

Center

Matt Hennessy

Defensive end

Dante Fowler Jr.

Allen Bailey

Defensive tackle

Grady Jarrett

Marlon Davidson

Tyeler Davison

John Cominsky

Deadrin Senat

Chris Slayton

Linebacker

Deion Jones

Foye Oluokun

Mykal Walker

Cornerback

A.J. Terrell

Isaiah Oliver

Kendall Sheffield

Chris Williamson

Delrick Abrams Jr.

Safety

Ricardo Allen

Jaylinn Hawkins

T.J. Green

Kicker

Elliott Fry

Punter

Sterling Hofrichter

Long snapper

Josh Harris