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?
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.