The Falcons announced Wednesday morning that they have re-signed guard Chris Chester who started all 16 games for Atlanta last season.
The Falcons' biggest signing of 2016, veteran center Alex Mack, is widely considered a step in the right direction. Where does it rank among the league's best free agency moves?
The Falcons weren't afraid to spend money this offseason, adding some talented free agents who fill positions of need. Pro Football Focus writer Matt Claassen is among those who liked Atlanta's signings.
The Falcons have agreed to terms with run-stuffing outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw, who played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.
By signing Alex Mack and Mohamed Sanu, the Falcons shored up two key areas that needed upgrades. There are still other roster openings, however, and many of them will be filled in the draft.
After playing under Kyle Shanahan in Cleveland, Alex Mack has been reunited with his former offensive coordinator in Atlanta. And the veteran center is excited to once again play in a system he thrives in.
The Atlanta Falcons continue to add to their roster as they have signed tackle Tom Compton and linebacker LaRoy Reynolds today.
The Falcons continue to bolster their roster as they have signed safety Damian Parms, wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, and cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke.
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The Falcons have re-signed safety Charles Godfrey, who played eight games for Atlanta recording 12 tackles, a forced fumble and one pass defensed.
Brian Banks' backstory to how he got to the Falcons is as long as it is both tragic and inspirational. We've compiled some links to help you better understand where he came from and where he's going in the next leg of his journey.
Take a look at some of the biggest, most impressive numbers surround newly added Falcons defensive end Osi Umenyiora, including his top rank in an interesting defensive category.
It wasn't an easy decision to make as Tony Gonzalez made it clear that there was a small chance of him returning for 2013, but head coach Mike Smith said Tuesday that the feeling of unfinished business was just enough to convince Gonzalez to come back
Social networks exploded this afternoon when news of Tony Gonzalez's return to the Falcons broke. From fans to players and even Tony himself, the Twitter world celebrated the exciting news
The start of the free agency period is still a few days away, but starting this weekend, teams can begin negotiating with players who are set to become unrestricted free agents when the new league year begins Tuesday
After a morning when the Falcons cut ties with three veterans, Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said that the moves didn't come without a plan and that he's focused on the direction of the football team in the future.