Bruce Ellington is a former point guard-turned-wide receiver from the South Carolina Gamecocks. The Atlanta Falcons could use someone to eventually replace Roddy White while also providing a slot presence in the meantime. Ellington could...Show More Summary
After a disastrous 2013 season, the Atlanta Falcons are looking to climb their way back to the top of the NFC South.
The Atlanta Falcons have a lot of work to do in the 2014 NFL draft. There’s no doubt about it. The Falcons went from a 13-3 division champion that played in the NFC Championship Game in 2012 to a 4-12 disappointment in 2013. Wide-scale...Show More Summary
Connecticut's Yawin Smallwood would be a great fit for the Atlanta Falcons need for depth at linebacker. He's someone who can play inside in either scheme and would be the ideal fit for the Falcons at strong-inside linebacker and middle linebacker. The Falcons have met with the Huskies' linebacker, according to Fox's Ross Jones. Show More Summary
The Atlanta Falcons could use someone who would allow its offense to be much more explosive. De'Anthony Thomas from Oregon could be that kind of weapon, as well as being someone who gives the Falcons depth in the event that Julio Jones goes down again. Show More Summary
Atlanta has a need for some solid linebacker depth in this year's draft. Jordan Tripp of Montana would be an ideal fit for the Falcons' needs, as he can play multiple spots in both the 3-4 and 4-3 defenses. Ideally, he would play onShow More Summary
The Atlanta Falcons could go many different ways with their first-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft. Setting the odds on each selection is proving to be a tough task because of how unpredictable this year’s draft has been already despite...Show More Summary
Add another top name to the list of draft prospects the Atlanta Falcons plan to bring to town. Outside linebacker Khalil Mack from Buffalo is scheduled to visit the Falcons next week, according to a league source. Mack is consideredShow More Summary
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank wasn’t just trying to appeal to the gathered crowd when he talked about veteran defensive end Osi Umenyiora being born with a soccer ball in his crib. As Blank stood at the podium Wednesday to introduce...Show More Summary
The Falcons have been interested in every pass-rusher in this year's class. Georgia Tech's Jeremiah Attaochu is just another one the Falcons have brought in. According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, theShow More Summary
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, considered the top prospect in this year’s NFL draft, is scheduled to visit the Atlanta Falcons next week, according to a league source. Clowney said during his Pro Day that he was in the process of coordinating a meeting with the Falcons. Show More Summary
Atlanta has become the newest city in Major League Soccer with an expansion franchise that will begin play in 2017. The team announced Wednesday will be owned by Arthur Blank, who also owns the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
Georgia is ready for an openly gay NFL player. So are the Atlanta Falcons, so ready that the team is hinting it's one of six squads interested in drafting Michael Sam.
The Atlanta Falcons obviously are impressed with at least one small-school running back. Towson University's Terrance West, a player the Falcons reportedly worked out privately, is scheduled to visit the team next Wednesday, according to a league source. The 5-foot-9, 225-pound West opened eyes with an impressive performance during his pro day. Show More Summary
The Falcons brought in Florida State linebacker Telvin Smith for a private visit, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's D. Orlando Ledbetter. They should definitely have him pretty high on their board, as he could be an asset...Show More Summary
The Atlanta Falcons could use depth at defensive end, but it isn't their primary need. Can they steal an under-the-radar prospect on the second day of the NFL draft? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL analyst Chris Simms identify which sleeper DE the Falcons should target in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
ESPN.com Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure says Jake Matthews is one name that keeps popping up as Atlanta enters the stretch run in preparation for the NFL draft.
Don't be surprised if Auburn tackle Greg Robinson's name surfaces in relation to workouts or visits conducted by the Atlanta Falcons over the next week or so. The Falcons definitely could target an offensive tackle if they keep the sixth overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Show More Summary
The possibility still exists for the Atlanta Falcons to trade up or down in this year's NFL draft, as general manager Thomas Dimitroff has reiterated throughout the offseason. But if the Falcons keep the sixth overall pick, they should find an impact player. Show More Summary
Atlanta has a penchant for bringing in Notre Dame players for visits under Thomas Dimitroff's reign as general manager. So interest in someone like Prince Shembo should be of no surprise. According to Dan Hope of Buffalo Bills Draft, the Falcons had a private workout with Shembo. Show More Summary