You know Greg Robinson as one of the top talents in this year's draft and a former GM believes he's not unlike one of the current Pro Bowl left tackles in the NFL.
When the draft process began four months ago, Anthony Barr was one of the top pass rushers available in the draft. Now, his name is mentioned less, but his place among the best hasn't changed.
Is he a guard or a tackle in the NFL? That's the question about Zack Martin, but it's possible the Notre Dame lineman can excel at both positions.
Auburn fans know him as the defensive tonesetter for last season's SEC champion Auburn Tigers, but Dee Ford enters the NFL with a lot to prove, including if he can make a move to outside linebacker.
One player is consistently being projected to the Falcons at No. 6 while another prospect's potential to be taken by Atlanta continues to waver among the mock drafts
A recent blog post by National Football Post breaks down the efficiency of franchises in the draft during the past 10 years and the results are favorable for the Falcons
ESPN's Todd McShay's latest mock draft should be a pleasing one to Falcons fans. In it, he's giving Atlanta two SEC lineman with their top two picks.
He may be small, but safety Jimmie Ward brings a lot to the field, including the versatility to play multiple positions, but Ward will most likely get drafted for his coverage skills as a potential free safety in the NFL.
Blessed with rare speed, Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier is one of the top LBs in this year's class. What the junior All-American lacks in size, he more than makes up for it with his exciting brand of instinctive football.
Buffalo outside linebacker Khalil Mack and Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews continue to trade jabs for the most popular pick to the Falcons among the Web's top mock drafts
The Atlanta Falcons today announced that they have signed defensive end Malliciah Goodman, defensive end Stansly Maponga, safety Kemal Ishmael, and safety Zeke Motta.
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff has been known to draft many team captains, due to their leadership quality. This year's rookie club is no different.
Do people really win contests? Season-ticket holder Cliff Ross is here to emphatically say they do, as he was picked from more than 10,000 entrants in the Equifax Atlanta Falcons Draft Contest to fly to New York for the draft — a trip he'll never forget
The Falcons wanted to get younger and they did just that in the offseason. During the draft, they added two more young pass rushers to their defensive front and battles are expected to ensue.
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff has always been big on drafting players he thinks can develop into starters. For the young Falcons along the offensive line, the development stage is quickly coming to an end as the team expects them to begin contributing.
With the 2013 NFL Draft closed, the Falcons set to work gathering up undrafted rookies to help fill out the roster and ended up with 24, including Boston College linebacker Nick Clancy
The first round of the 2013 NFL Draft started on Thursday night and by the time Sunday evening arrived, the Falcons had turned 11 draft spots into eight players Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff is confident about.
After trading their third-round pick on Thursday, the Falcons started Saturday's fourth round with two picks and selected defensive end Malliciah Goodman and tight end Levine Toilolo.
Three of the final four draft picks for the Falcons in 2013 were on defense with the one third-day offensive player being a QB, as the Falcons closed out the 2013 Draft with eight new players
Robert Alford turned heads as both a returner and a cornerback at the Senior Bowl this year and the Falcons liked what they saw, so much so that they selected him with the 60th pick in this year's NFL Draft.