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Atlanta Falcons Player Profile: WR Calvin Ridley

When the Falcons drafted Calvin Ridley 26th overall in 2018, fans jumped for joy as Matt Ryan finally had a legit weapon to pair with Julio Jones. Ridley was…

NFL Draft: Why The Falcons Need A Top 4 Pick

The Atlanta Falcons have certainly made headlines since free agency opened up. Atlanta snagged Dante Fowler Jr., on a fairly cheap deal for a premium edge rusher, which bolsters one of their biggest needs. This gives Atlanta a fairly scary front four with Grady Jarett, Takk McKinley and Tyeler Davison. The Falcons also made a move on another Rams player, with Todd Gurley. When the Rams released him, he wasted no time getting in touch with Falcons star Julio Jones and was eventually signed to the Falcons. Of course, with Austin Hooper leaving, the Falcons found his replacement when they traded for Hayden Hurst. At the cost of securing some top names.

4 Players the Falcons Could Move on From & Candidates to Replace Them

It appears that the Atlanta Falcons are heading towards an off-season where big names will be leaving, and money will be tight. Atlanta is working with roughly $6 million in cap space and have already acknowledged the fact that big names like Austin Hooper will not be returning. So, let’s evaluate the situation at hand, and look at potential replacements for players leaving the Atlanta Falcons in 2020.

Running Back Free Agency Predictions: Derrick Henry & Kenyan Drake

There are quite a few teams that will be looking for some help in the backfield during the off-season. Teams that are rebuilding or that will be looking to add depth at a vital position for success will get their first shot at free agents until the draft in April. How aggressive will teams be in pursuing the players that they want, and who is willing to wait around for the best value?

Week 16 Jaguars Fantasy Football Preview: Minshew Magic Again?

Well it happened, Just another story of an unforeseen hero who challenged adversity and prevailed against all odds. Gardner Minshew II with less than 2 minutes left in the game and his team down 16-13 drove the Jacksonville Jaguars down the field and threw a game winning touchdown to last weeks sleeper Chris Conley. Now the question is can he and the Jags do it again?

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