The final terms are in.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that, for Jones and a sixth-round pick in 2023, the Falcons get Tennessee’s second-round pick in 2022 plus a fourth-round pick in 2023.
With the Titans expected to be an even more viable contender after acquiring Julio, that could be a very low second-round pick in 2022.
In trading for Hurst, the Falcons sent the second-round pick they received from the Patriots for Sanu to Baltimore, the 55th overall selection. (The Ravens used it to take running back J.K. Dobbins.) That was the 23rd pick in round two. The Falcons will be hoping that Tennessee ends up picking a lot higher than that.