Falcons NFL Draft 2017
No Damontae Kazee? For shame, ESPN.
From Takkarist McKinley to Eric Saubert, see every Falcons draft pick again.
Fact: Justin Hardy’s beard gives him a pep talk before every game.
Who are these players?
Some veterans breathed a sigh of relief after the draft. Others need to bring all the #fast and #physical they can to camp.
These players could turn heads in camp.
We’ve got our guess at how the roster will shake out.
Yes, it’s way too early, but here’s where Atlanta is headed.
No fines for bad words, the NFL affirms.
The division will be home to some very intriguing new players in 2017.
Welcome Andreas Knappe to the Falcons.
Some are smitten, others simply satisfied, but everyone seems to like the class.
The Falcons set out to fill their needs, and appear to have done a nice job.
The Drake tight end will contribute chiefly as a backup and special teamer to start his career.
The Wyoming product will push to be Atlanta’s third running back in 2017.
The San Diego State cornerback will join a crowded secondary and compete for a reserve gig.
The offensive lineman will likely line up as guard for the Falcons.
The Falcons hold four selections on the third day, so this will be the busiest day of all.
Who is left that can help the Atlanta Falcons?
After making a smart trade last night, the Falcons will be busy in the fifth round.
The Falcons made a somewhat surprising selection on Day 2 of the 2017 NFL Draft in LSU’s Duke Riley. How does he fit into Atlanta’s roster?
There’s a lot of Bs and one C- on this list.
SB Nation’s LSU site delivers a brief, tantalizing scouting report on Riley.
The LSU product is the second linebacker from the school to head to Atlanta in two years.
The Falcons had a ton of options, and they’ll move down and see what they can get.