The Atlanta Falcons visited the campuses of Vanderbilt, Northern Arizona, Arizona State, Eastern Kentucky and Kentucky this past week for pro days.
This week’s takeaways discuss what the Atlanta Falcons learned from the workouts of top pass-rushers and linebackers at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine.
The Atlanta Falcons might reshape their special teams at kicker, returner and on coverage units for the future in 2016.
The Atlanta Falcons are likely to prioritize adding competition for their vacant strong safety position this offseason.
The Atlanta Falcons might look to add some insurance to bolster competition at nickel cornerback in 2016.
The Atlanta Falcons are in the market this offseason for at least two new starters at linebacker in 2016.
The Atlanta Falcons are likely to prioritize making major upgrades to their pass rush at defensive end in 2016.
The Atlanta Falcons won’t consider defensive tackle a pressing need, but it could still see roster shake up this offseason.
Another first-round projection of the 2016 NFL Draft with more in-depth discussion about individual players’ draft stocks.
The Atlanta Falcons interior offensive line is headed for a shakeup with at least one major addition at center and/or guard.