Falcons NFL Draft 2019
Falcons-centric coverage of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live on YouTube at 8:10 PM ET as they break down the Falcons’ 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ll be giving our analysis on each pick and discussing their fits on the roster.
With the 2019 NFL Draft in the rear view and the first crop of UDFAs signed to the roster, you know what time it is. Time for an absurdly early 53-man roster projection for the Falcons! How has the roster changed after Atlanta’s seven draft selections?
With their final pick in the draft, 203rd overall in the sixth round, the Falcons selected RB Marcus Green from Louisiana-Monroe.
With their second pick in the fifth round, and their fourth of Day 3, the Falcons selected CB Jordan Miller from Washington.
With their third pick on Day 3, the Falcons selected RB Qadree Ollison from Pittsburgh.
With their second fourth round pick (and second trade) on Day 3, the Falcons selected EDGE John Cominsky from Charleston at 135 overall.
The Falcons head into the day with seven selections, giving them a ton of flexibility.
The Falcons made a clear commitment to upgrading the offensive line by selecting a G and an OT in Round 1. What are the team’s biggest remaining draft needs and who are best players still available on Day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft?
The Falcons double dip to try to fix their offensive line, and with two players none of us expected.
Popular mock pick Christian Wilkins arrives.
After a series of ups and downs through the first four years of their partnership, Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff’s Falcons are at a crossroads. The 2019 draft class could be the turning point that defines their legacy in Atlanta.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live, plus a bunch of special guests, for a live show during the first two nights of the 2019 NFL Draft! We’ll be discussing the picks as they happen and providing commentary, analysis, and good old-fashioned hot takes.
It’s silly season, but we can’t totally discount the possibility of the Falcons snagging the Houston DT just yet.
Most NFL teams add veteran depth post-draft to address roster holes that weren’t adequately filled by rookies. The Falcons have taken a different approach in 2019, adding affordable free agents prior to the draft. Here’s why that’s significant.
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live as they go through a LIVE 7-round mock draft for the Falcons and break down Atlanta’s 2019 schedule, starting at 8:10 PM ET.
Falcons’ head coach Dan Quinn gave us some insight into the team’s thoughts on Jack Crawford’s excellent 2018 season and Atlanta’s plans for the DT position heading into the 2019 NFL Draft.
We’ve heard the buzz about a potential top-10 trade up for the Falcons, but what if Atlanta decides to remain at 14 and trade up later in the first round? We take a closer look at what that might cost, and how the draft might play out in that scenario.
The Falcons signed OT Ty Sambrailo to a 3-year extension this offseason and Dan Quinn referred to him as a "starter". That doesn’t mean Atlanta has stopped looking for the RT of the future, who could be found in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Join Kevin and Eric at 8:10 PM ET for Episode 70 of The Falcoholic Live! On tonight’s show, the crew discusses the possibility of the Falcons trading up in the 2019 NFL Draft and Atlanta’s overall draft strategy. We’ll also take your questions LIVE during the show, which is now streaming on YouTube!
The signings of James Carpenter and Jamon Brown represent a significant shift in offensive line philosophy for the Falcons, but Atlanta—with some minor tweaks—will continue to run the zone blocking scheme in 2019.
During an interview on Tuesday morning, Falcons’ head coach Dan Quinn emphasized that the team would focus their efforts on adding depth at SS, EDGE, and CB.
The Falcons dedicated nearly all of their free agent resources to offensive players in 2019. What do these signings tell us about Atlanta’s plans for the 2019 NFL Draft and beyond?
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10 PM ET on Facebook Live as they recap the 2019 NFL Combine, discuss Grady Jarrett’s franchise tag, and preview the upcoming free agency period for the Falcons.
ESPN’s Vaughn McClure reported that the Falcons held a formal meeting with Oklahoma OT Cody Ford and that the team has a "strong interest" in him. Ford is one of the top OT prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.