The Atlanta Falcons have room to grow at defensive tackle as they approach the 2016 NFL Draft.
This week’s takeaways discuss the potential windfall for the Atlanta Falcons defense if they move up in the 2016 NFL Draft for UCLA LB Myles Jack.
The Atlanta Falcons are likely to bolster their interior offensive line with a starting candidate in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Atlanta Falcons addressed their offensive tackle needs in free agency and will surely pass on adding any more in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Atlanta Falcons’ offseason has set up in a way that makes using a 2016 NFL Draft pick on a tight end likely.
The Atlanta Falcons’ needs entering the 2016 NFL Draft at wide receiver focus on adding a possible return specialist to the mix.
The Atlanta Falcons will add competition at both running back and fullback for this summer, but it’s unlikely to involve a 2016 NFL Draft selection.
Allen is back this week with myself to break down the recently released 2016 Atlanta Falcons schedule. Here’s how the episode went down: (3:18) Week…
The Atlanta Falcons are unlikely to select a quarterback in the 2016 NFL Draft due to it being purely a luxury selection.
Aaron is joined by The Falcoholic’s Charles McDonald and fellow draft guru Andrew Parsons to break down some potential first-round targets of the Atlanta Falcons in the 2016 NFL Draft.