Each week, the AtlantaFalcons.com editorial staff will be keeping tabs on whom NFL Draft experts have Atlanta taking in the first round. In the last monitor of 2016, writers stay consistent with most of their earlier predictions.
AtlantaFalcons.com reached out this month to celebrity fans, from rock stars to actors, to find out who they think the Falcons will select with the No. 17 overall pick in this week's draft
Atlanta native Philip Wheeler is treating his fellow linebackers to a night of team bonding while taking in some NBA basketball on Tuesday night.
As Dan Quinn prepares to begin his second year in Atlanta, the Falcons head coach has been able to build the culture he envisioned and foster strong relationships with the rest of the team brass.
The Falcons have exercised their fifth-year option on Pro Bowl CB Desmond Trufant which allows Atlanta to extend his rookie deal through 2017.
NFL teams are constantly trying to gain edges over their opponents, and with so much data available in this day and age, many clubs are using stats to get a leg up on the competition. The Falcons appear to be one of those teams.
GM Thomas Dimitroff delivered an answer to the popular question that is if the Falcons were interested in Josh Norman during his press conference on Thursday.
The Falcons named Morgan Shaw Parker, who brings a 20-year proven track record in sports business and innovation, as Vice President, Football Communications on Thursday
LB Philip Wheeler re-signed with the Falcons this offseason and will wear a new jersey number this season, and so will fellow linebacker Tyler Starr.
The Falcons announced Wednesday morning that they have re-signed guard Chris Chester who started all 16 games for Atlanta last season.
Successful kick returns are more and more rare these days, but the Falcons added an all-timer in the role this year and his experience should bring some changes.
OTAs began this week and AtlantaFalcons.com was on the field, taking in practice and speaking with players. Here are seven things from what we saw and heard.
Competition will answer many questions during training camp, but until then we have OTAs and a few under-the-radar storylines that you might be talking about in August.
Last season, the Falcons faced three rookie quarterbacks, including Buffalo's EJ Manuel. This year, the Falcons could find two rookie signal callers suiting up against them.
He’s small, but the coaching staff has made it clear they believe rookie tailback Devonta Freeman can be an every-down back like he was in college. Freeman’s catches were limited in college, but he showed the potential to turn every catch into a big play.
He was billed as the draft’s pass-blocking technician, but Jake Matthews isn’t limited there. He blocked for potent run attacks in college and he expects to have a similar impact on Atlanta’s run game.
The offseason addition of safety Dwight Lowery was a quiet one, but he's got the pass coverage chops to be a positive influence on this year's defense.
Russell Athletic Atlanta Falcons Training Camp is around the corner, beginning July 25, and AtlantaFalcons.com will take you through some of the need-to-know information for all position groups, including additions, departures and key battles. Today, we look at the offensive line positions.
Justin Blalock teamed up with the Atlanta Symphony last year to promote music education, and Thursday night, the Falcons guard joined the symphony for a special performance alongside student musicians
Linebacker Brian Banks' story is as fascinating and heart-breaking as it is inspiring, and earlier this week, Banks got a chance to tell it in a lengthy, unfiltered podcast interview with Rich Eisen on NFL.com