Entering the 2020 offseason, Falcons defensive tackle was looking for a new deal and wanted Aaron Donald like money. Back in March, the Falcons did place the franchise tag on him and then signed a one-year franchise tender that was worth around $15.2 million. Today, Grady has agreed to a four-year $68 million deal. This is huge for the Falcons as Grady has been a big part of the defense and has really stepped up ever since Super Bowl 51 where he sacked Tom Brady three times, which tied the Super Bowl record for sacks in a game.
Now with Grady deals complete, the Falcons will now look at getting a deal done with wide receiver Julio Jones and will also look at getting deals done with guys like Deion Jones who’s rookie contracts will be expiring after this season. For news and updates on the Falcons follow @BirdsInTheBenz on twitter.
By: Stewart Zwald @SDZwald041599