They're back: Falcons upbeat as they report to training camp

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
They're back: Falcons upbeat as they report to training camp
They're back: Falcons upbeat as they report to training camp

The news of new contracts for middle linebacker Deion Jones and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett was well received, while the front office is still working on a new deal for wide receiver Julio Jones, who reported to camp as expected. “That's huge,” linebacker DeVondre Campbell said of Deion Jones' new contract. “I've watched all of the work that he's put in the last two years. It was well deserved. I'm so happy for him.” Jarrett, who had the team's franchise tag, signed a four-year, $57 million deal on Monday. Deion Jones reached a four-year, $48 million deal on Wednesday. “It's a great buzz, I can tell you that much,” Falcons safety J.J. Wilcox said. The Falcons are reporting early because

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