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Where did the Falcons’ draft capital go?

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The Falcons traded away some of their draft capital in the 2020 NFL draft.

Here’s what that capital netted for other teams:

» The Ravens took Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins with the second-round pick they received from the Falcons in the trade for tight end Hayden Hurst.

The Falcons received the pick from the Patriots in the Mohamed Sanu trade.

» The Jaguars took Auburn safety Daniel Thomas with the Falcons' fifth-round pick they received from the Ravens.

» The 49ers took Georgia tight end Charlie Woerner with the Falcons' sixth-round pick they received from the Eagles (from the Duke Riley/Johnathan Cyprien trade).

So, that’s where the draft capital went and led to to take reaches in the first and fourth rounds to fill needs.

AJC’s 2020 POSITION BY POSITION DRAFT SERIES

Quarterbacks: Joe Burrow leads classTop 10
Running backs: Cam Akers' life lessonTop 10
Tight ends:  Harrison Bryant top prospect Top 10 
Guards/Centers:  Solomon Kindley a late-rounderTop 10 
Offensive tackles:  Austin Jackson's life lesson | Top 10 
Wide receivers: Jeudy or Lamb  | Top 10
Defensive tackles: Brown, Kinlaw stand outTop 10
Defensive ends: A 'generational' talentTop 10
Linebackers: Simmons a position-less LBTop 10
Safeties: Loaded with Georgia talent | Top 10
Special teams:  Georgia's kick-centered | Return with flashTop 10
Cornerbacks:  Jeff Okudah a lockdown CB | Top 10

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