Falcons Free Agency 2020
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live and special guest, former Falcons guard Kynan Forney, at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the start of training camp, the development of Atlanta’s young offensive linemen, and take your questions live.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they tackle the biggest question on every fan’s mind: will training camp (and the NFL season) actually happen? We’ll also discuss Patrick Mahomes’ mega deal and answer your Falcons questions.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they attempt to break up the monotony of the NFL dead zone with a variety of topics including: the possibility for training camp to start on time, the 2021 salary cap situation, and how we’d build our own NFL teams from scratch.
To understand just how much it will cost to sign Atlanta’s draft class, we first have to understand how the NFL’s "top-51 rule" works. Here’s an in-depth explanation of the top-51 rule and how much it will actually cost to sign the Falcons’ rookies.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the signing of LB Deone Bucannon and break down the Falcons defense position-by-position. Who will be Atlanta’s starting LBs? Will Marlon Davidson start next to Grady Jarrett in the nickel?
The Falcons finally filled their offseason roster to the official 90-man limit with the signing of LB Deone Bucannon. Here is an up-to-date list of all 90 players currently under contract with Atlanta.
The Falcons will be getting $10.75M in cap space after June 1st from the Desmond Trufant cut. Here are some potential targets on the OL, which is mostly settled with veterans and young players but still has a big question mark at left guard.
With the specter of potentially empty stadiums hanging over the 2020 NFL season, analysts point to a major concern: the loss of local revenue could lead to a fall in the salary cap for the first time in recent memory.
The Falcons cut veteran swing tackle Ty Sambrailo in the offseason, leaving a hole on the roster. Will Matt Gono seize control of the job, or will another veteran or UDFA win out in camp?
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the trade for Charles Harris and begin their roster review, starting with the offense. Who will start at LG? Is Chris Rowland the favorite to win the returner job?
The Falcons have had multiple kickers in camp over the past several seasons, but conspicuously have not added anyone to compete with 2020 starter Younghoe Koo. Should we expect an addition soon?
With the draft fast approaching, it’s time to take one final look at the roster. Today we look at the WR corps, where Atlanta has stars at the top. Could the Falcons use an infusion of young talent in the 2020 NFL Draft after the trade of Mohamed Sanu?
With the draft fast approaching, it’s time to take one final look at the roster to determine the Falcons’ positional needs. Today we look at LB, where Atlanta has two starters but very little behind them. How big is the need at LB in the 2020 NFL Draft?
With the draft fast approaching, it’s time to take one final look at the roster to determine the Falcons’ positional needs. Today we examine CB, where the Falcons cut longtime CB1 Desmond Trufant. Is this the biggest need heading into the draft?
With the draft fast approaching, it’s time to take one final look at the roster to determine the Falcons’ positional needs. Today’s group is DT, where Atlanta has Grady Jarrett, Tyeler Davison, and question marks. How big of a need is DT in the 2020 NFL Draft?
After signing Todd Gurley and tendering Brian Hill in free agency, the Falcons suddenly have a relatively crowded RB room. Is there still a need to add a RB in the 2020 NFL Draft?
After parting ways with longtime starting LB De’Vondre Campbell in free agency, the Falcons will be looking to third-year player and former sixth-round pick Foyesade Oluokun. Is Oluokun ready for a starting role in Atlanta?
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the Falcons’ biggest draft needs after free agency. Is CB now the most glaring need on the roster? When will Atlanta target defensive line reinforcements? Will there be any offensive players picked in the first three rounds?
The Falcons addressed several of their biggest positional needs in free agency, but also created some new ones. We take a closer look at Atlanta’s biggest draft needs after the conclusion of free agency.
The Falcons invested a ton of cap space and draft resources into making the offensive line a strength in 2019, and it didn’t quite pan out. What’s the best case scenario for Atlanta’s OL in 2020?