Mack Hollins, Falcons agree to one-year deal

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The Falcons have agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with receiver Mack Hollins, according to multiple reports.

Hollins, 29, joins Drake London, Olamide Zaccheaus and Damiere Byrd in the receivers room in Atlanta, likely as the No. 2.

He had a career-best 57 catches for 690 yards for the Raiders in 2022.

The Eagles made him a fourth-round pick in 2017, and Hollins played 28 games with two starts over three seasons in Philadelphia.

He joined the Dolphins late in the 2019 season and appeared in 37 games with five starts in Miami before joining the Raiders a year ago.

In six seasons, Hollins has 113 receptions for 1,440 yards and 10 touchdowns.

6 responses to “Mack Hollins, Falcons agree to one-year deal

  1. Living testament to players learning & working to improve in special teams. If not for that, he never would’ve lasted long enough to have that career best year last season. I was really surprised to see how long he’s been in the league, good for him

  2. $2.5M for a #2 WR is chump change. For that, the Raiders should have kept him. Especially since they aren’t adding many good pieces to help the defense.

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