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Falcoholinks: All the Falcons news you need for Monday, May 10

Bacon, eggs, coffee, and Monday links.

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Links! For Mondays!

Final roster projection

Now that the 2021 NFL Draft is in the rearview, we look toward the final composition of the roster heading into the 2021 season.

A handful of mid-late round rooks (and a couple of UDFAs) are slated to make it in our Kevin Knight’s initial projection on what the full 53-man squad may look like heading into the new year.

A class scouted from the Senior Bowl

Without the Combine ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Falcons heavily scouted the Senior Bowl — and came away with five draftees.

Draftee scouting reports

Got a Monday mornin’ hankerin’ for some 2021 Atlanta Falcons draftee scouting reports? We’ve got you covered.

In Eric Robinson’s latest he takes a close look at fourth-round cornerback Darren Hall’s game, and what he can bring to the Falcons.

Ev Glaze evaluated another fourth-rounder, former Stanford center Drew Dalman. Dalman is certain to factor into the competition for a starting spot along Atlanta’s offensive line — whether it’s at left guard or anchoring the unit at center.

Is it gonna work?

In his latest editorial, Cory Woodroof asked the question that we all have top-of-mind: “Are the Atlanta Falcons under Arthur Smith and Terry Fontenot not going to suck anymore?”

A chat with UDFA RB Caleb Huntley

Our Evan Birchfield has been catching up with the undrafted free agents that Atlanta brought in after the 2021 NFL Draft, and his latest conversation was with Ball State running back Caleb Huntley. Give it a read!