Falcons Free Agency 2021
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they discuss the impact of the Julio Jones trade and break down all the developments from the first two days of Falcons minicamp.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 4:00 PM ET as they break down the details of the recently-announced Julio Jones trade, including the fairness of the compensation, the impact on the roster, and the salary cap implications in 2021 and beyond.
Just a few names to chew on as the offseason continues.
Report: Falcons still fielding trade calls for No. 4 pick, still have yet to receive the right offer
The Athletic’s Jeff Schultz
The Falcons added 4-time All-Pro kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson in free agency this week. We dive into the tape to determine Patterson’s value on special teams and his potential contributions on offense as both a WR and RB.
The Falcons added former Raiders safety Erik Harris early in free agency. Can the two year starter take control of one of the two open safety spots in Dean Pees’ defense? Is he better suited for a role in the box, or in deep coverage? We dive into the film to find out.
The Falcons added ex-Washington CB Fabian Moreau in free agency. A former third-round pick with standout athleticism, could Moreau have untapped potential as a starter in Atlanta?
One of the team’s most reliable defensive linemen re-joins, and the team announces a new addition.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they interview veteran Falcons long snapper Josh Harris, discuss the implications of recent NFL Draft trades and Pro Days, and conduct a LIVE 7-round mock draft for Atlanta.
The Falcons added former Panthers RB Mike Davis in free agency to be the presumptive starter. We take a deep dive into Davis’ film to analyze his strengths, weaknesses, and fit in Arthur Smith’s offense in Atlanta.
The move ensures Jones will be here for 2022 as well.
Or, please just relax and look at who they might actually pick.
With the signing of CB Fabian Moreau on Wednesday, the Falcons have 51 players under contract for the 2021 NFL season. That means any future signings are subject to the "top-51 rule". We explain the rule and its implications for Atlanta’s salary cap.
The team is reportedly ‘playing the long game’ in the process of solidifying its roster.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET as they break down the Falcons recent moves in free agency and discuss the team’s remaining needs. Later in the show, we’ll be joined by Sports Info Solutions’ Nathan Cooper to talk top NFL Draft prospects for Atlanta.
The team’s veteran signings at running back have been frustrating post-Michael Turner, but they likely got this one right.
After signing RB Mike Davis and OLB Barkevious Mingo on Tuesday, the Falcons spent a good chunk of their remaining salary cap space. Just how much does Atlanta have left after their recent moves?
The Falcons will probably add more offensive veterans now than before with the price tag lower.
Atlanta’s trio of additions has been affordable veterans who fill specific needs on the roster.
Atlanta’s rebuilding their safety group this offseason, and they start with a former Raider.
The Falcons are going to take time and largely be frugal in free agency, and that’s enough to drive any fan nuts.
The former Patriot would be an affordable addition to the defense, which will be a theme this offseason.
The veteran center would be a huge get for Atlanta, but will they have the money to pry him away?
The 33-year-old is an excellent blocker and not much of a receiver, but clearly Arthur Smith seems him having a real role in Atlanta.
The veteran defensive tackle is someone Atlanta wants around, so they’ll get their cap relief and retain him too.