FLOWERY BRANCH – The Falcons held rookie orientation meetings with the team’s player engagement staff to wrap up their rookie minicamp on Sunday.

Forty players, including players on tryouts, hit the field for one practice Friday. Saturday was a conditioning day. Players arrived at the facilities on Thursday.

Entering the rookie minicamp, the Falcons had four spots to fill on their 90-man roster. They are now filled

The team has elected to add defensive lineman Bradlee Anae and safety Dane Cruikshank, agent David Canter confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The team later announced that they also signed wide receiver Dylan Drummond and tight end Ross Dwelley.

Anae, 26, was a fifth-round pick (197th overall) by the Cowboys in 2020. He’s played in 11 NFL games.

Cruikshank, 29, was a fifth-round pick (152nd overall) by the Titans in the 2018 NFL draft. He has played in 54 games and made four starts.

Drummond, 24, played at Eastern Michigan and was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Lions after the 2023 draft. He’s 6-foot and 186-pounds. He played in a game for the Lions and spent times on the Lions and Giants practice squads.

Dwelley, 29, has played the past six seasons with the 49ers. He’s 6-5 and 235 pounds. He’s played in 84 NFL games and made 17 starts.