The Atlanta Falcons are bringing back their former second round pick of the 2014 draft Ra’Shede Hageman as they sign him to a one-year deal. Hageman who is now 28, played three seasons for the Falcons. During those three seasons he made 16 starts, recorded 61 tackles and 4 sacks in the 44 games that he played in. He was released by the Falcons back in 2017 and was put on the commissioner’s exempt list for domestic violence charges that were filed against him for an incident that occurred back in March 2016. Hageman was apart of the Falcons super bowl run back in 2016 and even started in the super bowl. This is a good second chance for Hageman as he will look to jump start his NFL career again with the Falcons.
By: Stewart Zwald @SDZwald041599