2018 Atlanta Falcons Free Agency
The Atlanta Falcons have been very conservative in their use of the franchise tag.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they break down the latest news coming from OTAs, talk about Julio’s contract, and give their hottest takes on the Falcons’ roster.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they give their thoughts on the Falcons’ 2018 draft class and UDFA haul, as well as their finest takes on Matt Ryan’s extension.
The veteran corner could add some post-draft depth.
The team adds some veteran depth to positions of need.
The former first round pick could be a terrific player if he is healthy enough to play.
So, where does the Mattural see things standing at the moment?
Tune in at 8:10pm ET as the crew discusses the top draft needs for the Falcons and checks in on the prospects that Atlanta has visited with thus far.
It’s an interesting bit of news, even if it didn’t pan out.
Updated with full contract details. The ex-Cardinals special teams phenom signed a 1-year deal with the Falcons, and we’ve got the financial details of the contract right here.
Justin Bethel’s signing is a sign.
Thomas Dimitroff has had some strikeouts which were worse than Casey at the Bat.
Are the Buccaneers, Falcons, Panthers and Saints better than they were?
The Falcons added a quality and affordable blocking TE in Paulsen, but how does his signing affect the team’s plans in the 2018 NFL Draft?
So far, so good, but every year’s a new test.
The team just confirmed the signing, which was reported as likely earlier this morning.
Atlanta’s still has some work to do before we can feel good about their roster, but some of those moves won’t come until April or later.
All five are players on the offensive side of the ball (or special teams), unsurprisingly.
Join the crew at 8:10pm ET as they break down the relatively quiet first week of free agency for the Falcons, and the implications for Atlanta’s draft plans.
Costly, long-term deals now could cripple the team’s ability to re-sign some of its best talent in the near-term.
The veteran tight end should help out as a blocker.
Sorry to be the Debbie Downer, but it’s headed here.
It’s all happening.
The veteran has 16.5 sacks in 121 career games.
Fusco’s addition has all but eliminated the possibility of the Falcons drafting an offensive lineman early, and further highlighted the teams priorities on the defensive line.
Plus a reminder that it doesn’t mean much.
It’s bummerino metropolis to see Clay head to New England, no doubt about it.
Things could still change, but the Falcons might finally get some rare compensatory draft selections next year.