Atlanta Falcons 2017 roster cuts and practice squad
The son of Phil Simms could return to Atlanta in 2018.
Trevor Knight, a 2017 UDFA, is the emergency quarterback now.
The Falcons now have an 11 man practice squad, albeit one that will change often.
The UDFA has a real shot at a major role sooner than later.
The young starter should stick, because the Falcons benefit if he does.
Just how well have Dan Quinn and company drafted? Well...
There’s one spot, and a few possibilities.
There’s always a cut that disappoints and surprises.
The Falcons have more strengths than weaknesses.
That’s tied for the second-highest total in the NFL.
There’s one open spot, and we’ll have to see who it is.
One of the most impressive young receivers this summer for the Falcons will hang on to a spot.
King never really worked out in Atlanta, but maybe a change of scenery will help him.
The fourth rounder this year was cut, and the Falcons should take advantage.
The Falcons made only a small handful of cuts that worth being surprised about.
It’s a good time to donate.
Atlanta’s got 11 men to add to the squad, and they’ve only added two so far.
The athletic safety will be a developmental option at a position of strength for Atlanta.
We finally know what this team is going to look like for the 2017 season. It looks great.
The veteran defensive tackle’s future with the Atlanta Falcons is in serious flux.
Tip your cap to the many former Falcons looking for jobs.
The Falcons are going to be making their last batch of cuts today, and we want to keep you informed.
The injured offensive lineman is still a solid option for Atlanta.
It’s a well-deserved honor for the undrafted free agent linebacker.
It’s not a surprising bunch, but let’s run it down.
He could sneak on to the practice squad.
I guess we know who the Falcons’ swing tackle will wind up being now.
Roster cuts are coming. Could we get a stunner or two?