Robert Alford, Devonta Freeman and Paul Worrilow spoke to the Falcons media on Wednesday, when they discussed spring workouts, the 2016 season and more.
The Falcons have agreed to terms with safety Keanu Neal. He becomes the only first-round draft pick of his class to agree to terms on his contract.
Brooks Reed's first season with the Falcons didn't go as planned, but with four years left on his contract, the veteran linebacker has plenty of time to change the narrative.
The Falcons prioritized speed and athleticism during the 2016 NFL Draft, and by doing so, they've added some exciting play-makers at positions of need. Here's a look at what they'll bring to Atlanta.
The Falcons' 2015 season came to a close on Sunday, and by making the same mistakes that led to an extended losing streak, Dan Quinn's first campaign as head coach ended with an 8-8 record.
The Falcons defense came up big late in the fourth quarter, but a costly Matt Ryan interception set the Saints up for a field goal that, ultimately, brought Atlanta's season to an unfulfilling end.
Safety Ricardo Allen left the field early in first half to be taken inside to be evaluated for a possible concussion and was ruled out to return to Sunday’s game.
In just his second NFL campaign, RB Devonta Freeman became the first Falcon to run for over 1,000 yards in a season since Michael Turner in the 2011 season.