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Falcons Negotiating New Contract With Matt Bryant

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The Atlanta Falcons have begun talks regarding a new contract with kicker Matt Bryant, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s D. Orlando Ledbetter.

Despite being 42 years old, Bryant has not lost his efficiency in recent years and had a solid 2017 campaign, connecting on 87.2% of his field goal attempts. including 8-for-9 on field goals of 50 yards or more.

Bryant is a big part of the Falcons plans moving forward and his consistency has him ranked as a trusted asset to the team.

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Falcons Releasing Ryan Schraeder

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The Atlanta Falcons are set to release veteran right tackle Ryan Schraeder, according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.

Schraeder has spent the last 6 seasons with the Falcons, and with his release Atlanta will clear $3.95 million in cap room while taking on $3.8 million in dead money.

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Falcons Restructure Matt Ryan’s Contract

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The Atlanta Falcons are reworking the contract of franchise quarterback Matt Ryan in an effort to create some more cap space.

According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Falcons converted $8.75 million of Ryan’s base salary into a signing bonus, which created $7 million in cap space for the Falcons.

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Falcons Discussing Contract Extension with Deion Jones

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The Atlanta Falcons are negotiation a contract extension with inside linebacker Deion Jones, according to ESPN’s Vaughn McClue.

Jones, who has a year remaining on his rookie deal, is currently slated to earn $1.07 million in 2019 and appears to be a part of the Falcons’ plans moving forward.

Jones earned a Pro Bowl nod back in 2017, but missed most of the 2018 season due to a broken foot he endured in Week 1.

Still, Jones when out to record 53 tackles, 1 sack, and 2 interceptions, including a pick six, in 2018 for Atlanta.

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