3 steps to a perfect offseason for the Atlanta Falcons

Just three years ago on this day, the Atlanta Falcons were playing in Super Bowl 51 against the New England Patriots. This season went a bit differently for the Falcons as they failed to clinch a playoff berth.

In Atlanta’s fifth season under Dan Quinn, the team compiled a 7-9 record for the second straight year. Given the talent on the roster, a 7-9 record is considered a dreadful season for the Falcons.

With the offseason steadily approaching, this is a time for the Falcons to mold their roster back into a contender. However, Atlanta is beginning the offseason with only $6.1 million in cap space, per Spotrac.

Due to having a minuscule amount of money to spend, this offseason is a vital one for the Falcons. For Atlanta to return to being a successful franchise, they’ll need to make some roster moves.

That includes releasing players, trading players, or restructuring contracts. Aside from free agency, the Falcons also need to have a productive draft in April. In light of that, here are the three steps to a perfect offseason for the Falcons.

Panthers Playmaker Sends Stern Warning To NFL For 2024

Last season, the Carolina Panthers lacked weapons, which made life very difficult for then-rookie quarterback Bryce Young. Young’s only reliable target in the aerial attack

New Orleans Saints QB Spencer Rattler Is Turning Heads

The New Orleans Saints have been attempting to figure out the quarterback situation ever since franchise quarterback Drew Brees retired. After having the likes of

The Atlanta Falcons Declined This Trade To Draft Michael Penix Jr.

One of the biggest surprises of the 2024 NFL Draft was when the Atlanta Falcons selected Washington Huskies quarterback Michael Penix Jr. with the eighth