Organized team activities got underway at Flowery Branch on Tuesday and the action included plenty of focus on the pass rush
Around the NFL, teams are preparing for organized team activities that put them one step closer to training camp and the 2015 season
When he's not scorching up and down the football field, wide receiver Julio Jones will be focused on a new business venture
The new rules announced this week for the PAT might result in longer extra point tries, but kicker Matt Bryant views it as just another part of the game
The NFL Network's annual Top 100 Players of 2015 has begun and at 9 p.m. ET today, one member of the Falcons will be revealed between Nos. 80-71
It has been three months since head coach Dan Quinn took over the Falcons and we take a quick look back at the impressive resume he put together before arriving in Atlanta
Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett was a high-round value in the eyes of many experts and while he's not concerned with it, he has the chance to prove teams wrong for passing on him
The Falcons' top draft pick of 2015 will be on the field this weekend with the rest of the rookies during minicamp, but he'll be sporting a brand new identity
The most apparent thing that the Falcons front office noticed about Vic Beasley Jr. as they scouted him was his acceleration off the ball, and they're looking for it to be a difference-maker
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff is inviting Falcons fans to ride with him May 15 for the annual Bike to Work Day
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