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Report: Falcons add Laquon Treadwell

The Falcons continue to stack up former first-rounders on offense. According to Zach Klein of WSB in Atlanta, the Falcons are signing wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. Treadwell was the Vikings’ first-round pick in 2016, though he never quite lived up to expectations there, catching 65 passes in four seasons. But, he’s still just 24 and [more]

Falcons hold onto Blidi Wreh-Wilson

Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson will be back in Atlanta in 2020. The Falcons announced that they have re-signed Wreh-Wilson on Sunday. It’s a one-year contract and no financial terms have been disclosed. Wreh-Wilson joined the Falcons in November 2016 and has now signed four one-year deals to remain with the team. He only played 12 games [more]

Falcons re-sign Ryan Allen after releasing him Friday

When the Falcons released punter Ryan Allen on Friday, word was that he would be back with the team soon. According to multiple reports, Allen has already re-signed with the team. The move was a procedural one as it allowed the Falcons to lower Allen’s cap number via the minimum-salary benefit. Allen initially signed a [more]

Top 25 remaining free agents

Of PFT’s original list of 100 free agents, NFL teams have tagged or agreed to terms with 85. But teams have made moves since then. Here is our list of the top 25 free agents currently on the market: 1. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton 2. Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston 3. Seahawks edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney [more]

Yes, Todd Gurley won big with his 2018 contract

In the aftermath of the Rams’ decision to cut running back Todd Gurley with three years left on his contract, a debate has emerged regarding whether Gurley won or lost. Some think Gurley lost because the Rams decided to tear up the second deal with multiple seasons remaining — and with nearly $37.5 million in [more]

Andrew Whitworth on Todd Gurley: Tough to lose a guy that means so much to you

Running back Todd Gurley didn’t have the best 2019 season, but that isn’t softening the blow of his departure from the Rams for one of his teammates. Left tackle Andrew Whitworth made an appearance on Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio Friday to discuss his decision to re-sign with the team this week and his [more]

Falcons cut Ryan Allen but plan to re-sign him

The Falcons signed punter Ryan Allen to a one-year, $1.05 million deal on Feb. 18. They released him Friday, according to the NFL’s official transactions. The move, however, is only procedural, according to Vaughn McClure of ESPN. Under the minimum-salary benefit, Allen’s salary cap number will drop to $750,000. Allen was the fourth punter to [more]

Todd Gurley’s in L.A., which complicates his Falcons physical

The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with running back Todd Gurley. The contract, with a $6 million base value and $5.5 million fully-guaranteed, hinges on Gurley passing a physical. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Gurley is located in Los Angeles. The combination of the NFL’s COVID-19 procedures [more]

Arthur Blank’s foundation pledges $5.4 million to COVID-19 relief efforts

Falcons owner Arthur Blank announced last week that he would pay all hourly employees of the Falcons, his MLS team and Mercedes-Benz Stadium that were put out of work by cancellations caused by COVID-19. On Friday, Blank’s foundation announced further efforts to aid those outside his businesses. The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation has pledged [more]

Todd Gurley’s Falcons physical could have very high stakes

Now that running back Todd Gurley has agreed to terms with the Falcons less than 24 hours after being cut by the Rams, Gurley will be taking a physical, pursuant to the league’s COVID-19 procedures. So when some neutral local doctor gets a chance to examine Gurley and, specifically, his knee, much will be riding [more]

Falcons bringing back safety Sharrod Neasman

It’s a busy morning in the NFC South, and they’re not finished. (OK, this one isn’t quite Tom Brady to Tampa Bay or Todd Gurley to Atlanta.) According to Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com, the Falcons are also bringing back safety Sharrod Neasman on a one-year deal. Neasman was an unrestricted free agent. He played 15 [more]

Todd Gurley is headed to the Falcons

It looks like running back Todd Gurley is heading back to Georgia. The Falcons posted an article to their website Friday citing a report that they have signed Gurley to a one-year deal and PFT has confirmed with a league source that the Falcons have agreed to a deal. The Falcons also posted a gif [more]

Report: Dolphins, Falcons showed most interest in a Todd Gurley trade

The Rams cut running back Todd Gurley on Thursday. Before they did it, they tried to trade him. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Dolphins and Falcons showed the most interest in trading for Gurley, in recent weeks. Ultimately (obviously) a deal wasn’t done. And now that Gurley has been released, he’s free to [more]

Falcons, Eagles aren’t talking about a Julio Jones trade

No nose boops for Leroy tonight. PFT Commenter’s dog, who doubles as an NFL insider, heard Thursday night that the Eagles and Falcons are talking about a trade that would send receiver Julio Jones to Philadelphia. Per a league source with knowledge of the situation, that’s “absolutely not” happening. And for good reason. Based on [more]

De’Vondre Campbell will sign with Cardinals

The Cardinals have added their second free agent linebacker of the week. Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client De'Vondre Campbell has agreed to sign with the Cardinals. It’s a one-year deal worth up to $8.5 million for the former Falcon. Campbell was a fourth-round pick by Atlanta in 2016 and he has appeared [more]

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