"Julio Jones will always be part of the Falcons story, having set numerous records and creating many great memories for all our fans, including me, since the day we drafted him. He has been a fixture on our team for almost half the time I have owned the Falcons. As we both move in another direction, I'm deeply grateful for what Julio has done for our team and what he has meant to our city and, in my mind, he will always be part of the Falcons family. I wish him nothing but the best in Tennessee and throughout his life." - Arthur M. Blank, Atlanta Falcons Owner and Chairman
Troy Andersen's consistency gave way to a productive rookie season -- Rookie Review
Andersen finished with the sixth-most tackles by a rookie linebacker in 2022
Rashaan Evans, Mykal Walker, Troy Andersen: Will Atlanta keep their 2022 ILBs together in 2023? -- Falcons breakdown
This trio of inside linebackers were an important part of the 2022 defense's growth last season, but with a new defensive coordinator coming in, will the Falcons choose to keep the trio together?
Arnold Ebiketie showed progress in rookie year, potential for better in the future -- Rookie Review
High total of QB hits suggest his sacks could spike in Year 2
NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Daniel Jeremiah has Falcons taking Iowa edge rusher at No. 8 overall
Mel Kiper links Clemson's Myles Murphy to Atlanta in first round
Analyzing state of outside linebackers and why the Falcons need more pass rush talent heading into 2023 season -- Falcons Breakdown
How will the Falcons approach strengthening the pass rush?
Report: Falcons interviewed Saints defensive line coach, co-defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen for Atlanta position
Nielsen has been with New Orleans since 2016 after making the jump from college to the pros.
Bair Mail: On helping Drake London and Kyle Pitts, fixing Falcons defensive front, Brock Purdy and Troy Andersen
We dive into methods of helping pass rush via the NFL Draft and free agency in this Wednesday mailbag
Question of the Week: Of the players on a short-term deal in 2022, who are you bringing back in 2023?
Scott Bair, Tori McElhaney and Ashton Edmunds answer.
Tyler Allgeier named to PFWA All-Rookie team
Allgeier finished the season as the Falcons' leading rusher with 1,035 yards
Evaluating DeAngelo Malone's first season, Falcons long-term plan for him -- Rookie review
A solid offseason could put Atlanta native in line for bigger role in 2023
The Falcons need help along the defensive interior, can that help be found and acquired in 2023? -- Falcons breakdown
Atlanta has an interior pass rush issue that needs fixing. If planned right, they have the money to pump into the defensive line position to fix it.