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Falcons release depth chart ahead of Seahawks with one offensive move 

The Falcons have released their depth chart ahead of their upcoming matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.

Atlanta (1-6) is coming off their fifth straight loss of the season and will be looking to get back on track with a win against the Seahawks ahead of the bye week.


Listed below is a position-by-position breakdown of Atlanta's starting lineup with only the primary backups listed in parentheses.

To view the full depth chart, click here.


  • Notable moves: With Mohamed Sanu being traded to the Patriots, Calvin Ridley becomes Atlanta's No. 2 wide receiver.

Wide receiver: Julio Jones, (Russell Gage)

Right tackle: Kaleb McGary, (Ty Sambrailo)

Right guard: Jamon Brown

Left guard: James Carpenter

Left tackle: Jake Matthews, (John Wetzel)

Tight end: Austin Hooper, (Luke Stocker)

Wide receiver: Calvin Ridley (Justin Hardy)

Running back: Devonta Freeman, (Ito Smith)

Quarterback: Matt Ryan, (Matt Schaub)

Fullback: Keith Smith


  • Notable moves: None.

Defensive end: Takk McKinley, (Adrian Clayborn)

Defensive tackle: Grady Jarrett, (Jack Crawford)

Defensive tackle: Tyeler Davison, (Deadrin Senat)

Defensive end: Allen Bailey, (John Cominsky)

Defensive end: Vic Beasley Jr.

Linebacker: Deion Jones, (Jermaine Grace)

Cornerback: Isaiah Oliver, (Damontae Kazee)


Kicker: Matt Bryant

Punter: Kasey Redfern

Kick returner: Kenjon Barner

Punt returner: Kenjon Barner

Long snapper: Josh Harris

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