Recapping the First Week of Falcons' OTAs

The Falcons wrapped up the first week of OTAs on Thursday after a week of work on the football fields.

Here's a look back at the week full of OTA coverage:

Falcons coaches and players took the fields for the first OTA session and the energy was high as to be expected.

Football was back in the air in Flowery Branch on Monday as the Falcons took to the practice fields for their first session of OTAs

Head coach Dan Quinn addressed the media following the practice where he talked about the emphasis he's placing on his players to show their versatility.

LB Brooks Reed looked noticeably slimmer and quicker and his head coach took notice, along with four other things to know from Day 1 of OTAs.

A number of Falcons were unable to participate in the team's first OTA session, including Grady Jarrett and Devin Hester, while Adrian Clayborn was limited to only individual work.

Vic Beasley, Jr. added a new exercise to his workout regimen this offseason to help his flexibility in his move to SAM linebacker.

The Falcons announced the dates and times for the three days of minicamp that will be open to the public in June in Flowery Branch.

On Wednesday, special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong addressed the media where he talked about the new kickoff rules, the rookie class and more.

Pro Bowl WR Julio Jones was back on the field making catches and doing what he does best.

Several position changes took place this offseason and this week we were able to see some of them take shape.

The FalconCast crew discussed their impressions of OTAs, spotlighted by new center Alex Mack.

The Falcons wrapped up the first week of OTA work on Thursday, here's a look at the photos.

Atlanta finished up their first week of OTAs with three practices this week. Check out the photos as the Falcons got to work.

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