Recent history tells us that first-round quarterbacks have a small chance of making it to a second contract with the team that drafts them.
Players from the Steelers, Falcons, Chargers, Jets, Dolphins and Rams on Friday became the latest from the NFL to say that they won't be reporting to team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts.
Receiver help for the Lions, Saints and Eagles? More edge rushers for the Vikings, Bills and Giants? Todd McShay explains what every NFL team is seeking at this year's draft.
The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms with running back/wide receiver/kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson on Thursday, a source told ESPN.
The NFL Live crew is joined by Mel Kiper Jr. to break down his NFL Mock Draft 4.0. Some surprising moves are made in this edition of Mel's mock draft, will they come true? Will New England make another big move and move up for a QB?
Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer
The Falcons have hired Jake Pfeil as their director of sports medicine. He comes from Florida State, where he spent 15 years. When he was in college, he interned with Atlanta in 1999 and 2000.
The Falcons could go QB at No. 4 overall or take hybrid TE/WR Kyle Pitts, who could help create lots of matchup problems for opponents.
Our analysts discuss what the Atlanta Falcons should with the 4th overall pick in the draft. What does the future hold for star QBs Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson? How should the Dallas Cowboys approach their 1st round draft pick?
The shrunken salary cap has meant that a few teams have made next to zero moves since the season ended. Could they still improve?
With teams locked into the first three picks in the NFL draft, the Atlanta Falcons now have received trade calls from multiple teams and "are open to moving" out of the No. 4 spot, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
With teams locked into the first three overall picks, the Atlanta Falcons now have received trade calls from multiple teams and “are open to moving” out of the No. 4 spot, per source.
Falcons could save a ton of cap space by cutting Matt Ryan after June 1, but are they ready to move on?
The Falcons said on Thursday they'll travel to London this season for a game as part of the NFL's International Series.
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said the state of Georgia should "make voting easier, not harder" and pledged to help improve voter access.
The NFL officially announced it will change the number of games for the first time since 1978. Who is playing who in 2021?
Davis is happy to be home in Atlanta, even it means it will cost him a bunch of tickets for friends and family.
Deion Jones has agreed to a restructured deal that saves the Falcons $4 million against the salary cap while providing an extra guaranteed year on the linebacker's contract.
No kicker in the NFL has made more field goals than Koo since he joined Falcons in Week 10 of 2019.
With many big names off the market, here's what those inside front offices are saying about all 32 teams.
The Falcons have agreed to a two-year contract with running back Mike Davis worth up to $5.5 million, a source told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.
Safety Keanu Neal with reunite with former Falcons coach and current Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn after reaching a one-year deal with Dallas.
Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer
Details on Erik Harris and Brandon Copeland's one-year contracts with Atlanta, per Roster Management System. Safety Erik Harris: Base salary $1 million ($250,000 guaranteed); $350,000 signing bonus. Cap hit: $1.35 million. Linebacker Brandon Copeland: Base salary $990,000 ($250,000 guaranteed); $50,000 signing bonus. Cap hit: $900,000.
The 49ers signed center Alex Mack to a three-year contract one day after retaining left tackle Trent Williams.