With Devin Hester and a group of other high-potential options, the Falcons will use training camp and preseason to determine who should be the main kick/punt returner in 2016.
He was voted as a top-10 player in the NFL's Top 100 Players of 2016 series and now the high expectations for Julio Jones have translated to the digital world with his Madden 17 rating
The Falcons have acquired a number of young, high-potential linebackers, and when training camp begins next week, each will be trying to separate himself from the pack.
As a team that likes to rotate a lot of defensive linemen, it's important to have depth at those positions. And with limited jobs available, competition will undoubtedly heat up in the coming months.
With the addition of Alex Mack, most of the starting offensive line jobs are more or less secure. One spot that isn't locked up, however, is right guard, where a fierce training camp battle could unfold.
The Falcons have a strong duo in Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman returning, but who will win the No. 3 spot on the 53-man roster?
With a mix of new and returning faces, Atlanta's tight end corps looks ready to improve in 2016. But how many TEs will the Falcons keep on the 53-man roster?
Atlanta has reached an injury settlement with center James Stone. The Falcons’ roster now sits at 88 men, leaving two roster spots open prior to the start of Training Camp.
With the addition of Mohamed Sanu, maturation of Justin Hardy and injection of young talent, the Falcons' WR corps figures to look a lot different in 2016.
The Falcons are saddened to learn about the loss of Marion Campbell, who served two stints as Atlanta’s head coach for a total of six seasons.
July 17 is World Emoji Day, so we're having a little fun by looking back at photos with our favorite emojis. Check them out and enjoy the day with us.
Julio Jones' career year in 2015 earned him a place in the Best NFL Player category at tonight's ESPY Awards. Here's eight stats that prove just how special he was.
The Falcons' 2016 roster is constantly evolving and we've amassed all the players in one gallery that will be updated throughout the year
We've come a long way since January. Take a look at some of the best photos of the 2016 offseason. Training Camp is just around the corner.
Grady Jarrett, Paul Worrilow, Vic Beasley, Jr., Matt Bryant and head coach Dan Quinn traveled overseas to participate in a USO tour.
The Falcons acquired a new piece of equipment to enhance their tackling technique. The circular pad allows players to practice tackling on a moving target, providing extra opportunities to perfect this element of their game.
Grady Jarrett, Paul Worrilow, Vic Beasley, Jr., Matt Bryant and head coach Dan Quinn are currently overseas participating in a USO tour.
For the past month and half, the rookies have participated in the Falcons U program, which involved 33 sessions helping rookies through their transition to the NFL.
Atlanta Falcons Minicamp, built by The Home Depot, came to a close on Thursday after three days of workouts in the Georgia heat. Fans came to Flowery Branch for one more look at the team.
Kid's Day was held on the second day of Atlanta Falcons Minicamp, built by The Home Depot, in Flowery Branch. Kids of all ages came out to watch their favorite players practice.