Falcons release depth chart for Saints with two moves 

The Falcons (1-7) have released their depth chart ahead of their first NFC South game of the year. Atlanta is coming off its bye week and will travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints (7-1) who are also coming off a bye.

No changes have been to Atlanta’s depth chart on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. The only notable changes on Atlanta’s depth chart are on the special teams unit.

The Falcons released longtime kicker Matt Bryant during the bye week. The team signed Younghoe Koo to fill the starting role. Atlanta also signed a new punter, Ryan Allen, to take over as the punting duties.

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.

OFFENSE

  • Notable moves: None.

Wide receiver: Julio Jones, (Russell Gage)

Right tackle: Kaleb McGary, (Ty Sambrailo)

Right guard: Jamon Brown

Left guard: James Carpenter

Left tackle: Jake Matthews, (Matt Gono)

Wide receiver: Calvin Ridley, (Justin Hardy)

Running back: Devonta Freeman, (Ito Smith)

Quarterback: Matt Ryan, (Matt Schaub)

Fullback: Keith Smith

DEFENSE

  • 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)

Linebacker: Deion Jones, (Jermaine Grace)

Cornerback: Isaiah Oliver, (Damontae Kazee)

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Younghoe Koo

Punter: Ryan Allen

Kick returner: Kenjon Barner

Punt returner: Kenjon Barner

Long snapper: Josh Harris

Holder: Ryan Allen

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