ATLANTA - It's Falcons defensive lineman Grady Jarrett like you've never heard him before. "I think [people will] enjoy it," said Jarrett. "Authentic, fun talk.
North Dakota State’s QB Trey Lance at No. The Falcons taking a quarterback at No. has been one of this offseason’s biggest points of conversation and contention, and North Dakota’s Trey Lance has emerged as somewhat of a lightning rod of a pick for the Falcons in the first round.
Peter King discussed the Falcons' options with the No. pick in his Football Morning in America column and reported "owner Arthur Blank is fascinated by the quarterbacks atop the draft, thinking the franchise might not be in such an advantageous position to take one for years." However, King pointed out that "Blank will not force a decision" and instead will allow head coach Arthur Smith and general manager Terry Fontenot to make the ultimate call.