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Falcons release updated depth chart ahead of road game vs. Buccaneers

The most recent depth chart has a few changes here and there.

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Week 1 is officially in the books, as we now turn our sights to Week 2. The Atlanta Falcons definitely didn’t get off to the start we all hoped they would, and now we can only look forward in hopes to see a different outcome in the upcoming games. On Sunday, the Falcons will travel south and face the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers which will be a tough game to bounce back in.

With the game only days away, the Falcons have revealed the depth chart for their first divisional game of the season, which you can view below.


QB: Matt Ryan, Josh Rosen, Feleipe Franks

RB: Mike Davis, Cordarrelle Patterson, Wayne Gallman

WR: Calvin Ridley, Tajae Sharpe or Christian Blake

WR: Russell Gage, Olamide Zaccheaus, Frank Darby

TE: Kyle Pitts, Lee Smith

TE: Hayden Hurst, Keith Smith, Parker Hesse

LT: Jake Matthews, Jason Spriggs

LG: Jalen Mayfield, Drew Dalman, Colby Gossett

C: Matt Hennessy, Drew Dalman

RG: Chris Lindstrom, Drew Dalman

RT: Kaleb McGary, Jason Spriggs


DL: Grady Jarrett, Marlon Davidson

DL: Tyeler Davison, Ta’Quon Graham

DL: Jonathan Bullard, John Cominsky

OLB: Steven Means, Brandon Copeland or Jacob Tuioti-Mariner

LB: Deion Jones, Mykal Walker

LB: Foyesade Oluokun, Dorian Etheridge

OLB: Dante Fowler Jr., Adetokunbo Ogundeji

CB: A.J. Terrell, T.J. Green, Darren Hall or Avery Williams

CB: Fabian Moreau, Isaiah Oliver

S: Erik Harris, Jaylinn Hawkins

S: Duron Harmon, Richie Grant

Special Teams

K: Younghoe Koo

P: Cameron Nizialek

LS: Josh Harris

H: Cameron Nizialek

PR: Avery Williams

KOR: Cordarrelle Patterson

You’ll notice a few changes between this up-to-date depth chart and the one released prior to the Eagles game last week. The most notable being that the team apparently views Drew Dalman as a flexible interior player, as he’s now listed as the backup at left guard, right guard and center. Whether that leads to any opportunities on this line—and whether it really places him ahead of Colby Gossett at left guard going forward—remains to be seen.

Josh Rosen, who came into Sunday’s game late when the team officially threw in the towel, is now listed as the sole backup quarterback behind Matt Ryan. If that continues, the Falcons may not keep three quarterbacks around much longer.

Also, tight end Parker Hesse has returned from the team’s reserve/COVID-19 list and appears on the depth chart. Outside of those changes, there’s not a whole lot to see, and Jalen Mayfield remains the starter at left guard following a literal “baptism by fire” this previous weekend.

We’ll see if these minimal changes make an impact as the Falcons fly south for a tough divisional matchup with the Buccaneers.