Falcons Training Camp 2022
After a run of injuries on the defensive line, the Falcons are signing some reinforcements. The team announced the signing of DT Abdullah Anderson, most recently with the Packers and Titans, on Sunday.
The hybrid quarterback-tight end is opening some eyes with his athletic ability
Arthur Smith will reverse last year’s rest for key starters, at least to some extent.
The first week of Falcons training camp is in the books, and it’s time to update our 53-man roster projection (plus practice squad) as Atlanta prepares to face Detroit in the first preseason game next week.
Atlanta gets back a pair of contributors with one week to go until the first preseason game.
Atlanta’s willingness to experiment is providing intrigue and may pay real dividends down the line.
The Falcons had their first major casualty of training camp on Tuesday, as veteran defensive tackle Vincent Taylor ruptured his Achilles.
It doesn’t sound significant, and thankfully Edwards is back on the field.
Not much, but there have been surprises and welcome changes nonetheless.
The fourth day of Falcons training camp was the most intense and spectacular thus far, which was fitting for the large contingent of fans that braved the possibility of inclement weather. Atlanta’s offense shined after two strong days by the defense.
Saturday’s practice was filled with energy, and it came from the best possible source.
It was a hot and humid opening day at Falcons training camp, but also an eventful one. The offense was sharp out of the gate, while the defense had their fair share of impressive plays. We also got our first glimpse at the OL and safety battles.
With Falcons veterans reporting today and one open spot on the roster, we give our thoughts on which free agent Atlanta should sign heading into training camp. Unsurprisingly, our focus is on the trenches.