Cerge-Henderson and Stewart get Mini-Camp Invites

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Kyle Cerge-Henderson and Brad Stewart both received invites to rookie mini-camp. Cerge-Henderson will be heading down to Tampa Bay to attend the Buccaneers rookie mini-camp while Stewart will be going to San Francisco to attend the 49ers rookie mini-camp. All Kyle Cerge-Henderson wants is a chance and he will have it. Cerge-Henderson had a good senior season with the Jackets as he had 27 tackles which led all nose tackles on the team. Both the Falcons and Buccaneers had interest in Cerge-Henderson as they liked what they saw from his Georgia Tech pro day and the one that he had earlier this month with both teams.

As for Brad Stewart, he is coming off a decent senior season where caught 15 passes and had 268 receiving yards. He also had 3 touchdowns as well. The 15 passes caught were a career high for Stewart. If both Cerge-Henderson and Stewart perform well at their mini-camps then they will sign as undrafted free agents. Best of luck to both of these former Jackets as they pursue their NFL dreams.

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By: Stewart Zwald  @SDZwald041599

 

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Projecting the Atlanta Falcons Depth Chart Pre-Draft

The Atlanta Falcons went into free agency with a very limited amount of cap space which hindered their ability to sure up the holes that they have on the roster. The Falcons managed to grab Guard Brandon Fusco who played in ex-Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan’s scheme with the San Francisco 49ers last season and started all 16 games.

The Falcons also replaced blocking TE Levine Toilolo(now with the Detroit Lions) with blocking TE Logan Paulsen who also played under Kyle Shanahan’s scheme with the Washington Redskins from 2010-2015 and also last season with the San Francisco 49ers. An underrated signing the Falcons made was CB Justin Bethel who last played with the Arizona Cardinals and is a 3 time pro bowler for his special teams play. Bethel will certainly improve the Falcons special teams play which certainly had a very bad year under special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong.

After what seemed like an underwhelming season after a Superbowl appearance the Falcons seem to be set on loading up the team through the draft. The following is an projected depth chart for the Atlanta Falcons before the draft on April 26th.

Offense

QB 2 Matt Ryan- 8 Matt Schaub- 9 Garrett Grayson

RB 24 Devonta Freeman- 26 Tevin Coleman- 25 Terrence Magee

FB Vacant

WR1 11 Julio Jones

LT 70 Jake Matthews- 74 Ty Sambraillo

LG 67 Andy Levitre- 64 Sean Harlow

C 51 Alex Mack- 63 Ben Garland

RG Brandon Fusco- 71 Wes Schweitzer- 75 Jamil Douglas

RT 73 Ryan Schraeder- 68 Austin Pazstor- 76 Daniel Brunskill

TE 81 Austin Hooper- Logan Paulsen- 85 Eric Saubert- 89 Alex Gray

WR2 12 Mohamed Sanu- 14 Justin Hardy

WR3 17 Marvin Hall- 16 Reggie Davis- 13 Devin Fuller

Base 4-3 Defense 

LCB 23 Robert Alford- 33 Blidi-Wreh Wilson- 39 Deante Burton

SDE 90 Derrick Shelby- 50 Brooks Reed- 96 Martin Ifedi

NT 77 Joey Ivie- 93 Taniela Tupou

UT 97 Grady Jarrett- 95 Jack Crawford

LEO 98 Takk McKinley- 44 Vic Beasley- 55 J’Terius Jones

SLB 59 De’Vondre Campbell

MLB 45 Deion Jones

WLB 42 Duke Riley

RCB 21 Desmond Trufant- 34 Brian Poole- Justin Bethel- 35 Leon McFadden

FS 37 Ricardo Allen- 27 Demontae Kazee- 38 Marcelis Branch

SS 22 Keanu Neal- 41 Quincy Mauger

Special Teams 

LS 47 Josh Harris

K 3 Matt Bryant

P 5 Matt Bosher

 

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