The Falcons shuffled their depth in the secondary today with the additions of safety Eric Brock and cornerback Dominique Daniels. To make room for the pair, the team released cornerback Daylan Walker according to the AJC’s D. Orlando Ledbetter.
Brock appeared in three total games over the course of the past two seasons with the Falcons, playing solely on special teams. He was cut by the Falcons back in February. Daniels was an undrafted free agent signed this past spring, that was cut back in June. Walker was an undrafted free agent signed by the team in May.
The Falcons needed to address depth in their secondary, as four players were held out of last week’s preseason opener with injuries: corners Dunta Robinson and Brian Williams, and safeties Matt Giordano and William Moore. On Sunday, the Falcons re-signed defensive back Gabe Derricks.