Falcons coach Dan Quinn was happy to get some starters back on the field in the last exhibition game, but is focusing on the back-end of the roster over the final two exhibition games.
The Falcons (0-3) are set to face the Redskins (0-2) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. They’ll finish off the exhibition season Thursday, Aug. 29, against the Jaguars in Jacksonville.
“Still it was an excellent night for the evaluation of players and certainly for the roles we are looking to fill,” Quinn said Sunday. “It’s important for the starting members or maybe the 30 guys who are playing the most during the season, but it’s also really important for the next 30 and what those guys could be and what roles they may have.”
The Falcons are still working through their offensive line, punt and kickoff returner position battles. Also, the depth at linebacker and wide receiver is intriguing.
“There are so many things that we are looking for in different spaces and anyone of them can be in that space to help us win a game,” Quinn said.
Here’s the fourth official depth chart of the season released by the team:
WR 11 Julio Jones, 83 Russell Gage, 15 Devin Gray, 17 Olamide Zaccheaus, 16 Shawn Bane, 19 Kahlil Lewis
LT 70 Jake Matthews, 75 John Wetzel, 67 Dieugot Joseph
LG 77 James Carpenter, 68 Jamon Brown, 64 Sean Harlow, 66 Tommy Doles
C 51 Alex Mack, 71 Wes Schweitzer, 61 Chandler Miller
RG 63 Chris Lindstrom, 72 Adam Gettis
RT 74 Ty Sambrailo, 76 Kaleb McGary, 73 Matt Gono, 65 Jaelin Robinson
TE 81 Austin Hooper, 80 Luke Stocker, 82 Logan Paulsen, 87 Jaeden Graham, 89 Alex Gray
WR 12 Mohamed Sanu, 18 Calvin Ridley, 14 Justin Hardy, 3 Marcus Green, 13 Christian Blake, 7 C.J. Worton
QB 2 Matt Ryan, 8 Matt Schaub 9 Matt Simms, 1 Danny Etling
RB 24 Devonta Freeman, 25 Ito Smith, 23 Brian Hill, 38 Kenjon Barner, 32 Qadree Ollison, 46 Tony Brooks-James
FB 30 Ricky Ortiz
DE 98 Takkarist McKinley, 99 Adrian Clayborn, 62 Austin Larkin, 49 Tre’ Crawford
DT 97 Grady Jarrett, 95 Jack Crawford, 79 Jacob Tuioti-Mariner
DT 96 Tyeler Davison, 92 Justin Zimmer, 94 Deadrin Senat, 90 Ra’Shede Hageman
DE 93 Allen Bailey, 50 John Cominsky, 91 Chris Odom
DE 44 Vic Beasley Jr., 48 Durrant Miles, 52 Yurik Bethune
LB 59 De’Vondre Campbell, 54 Foyesade Oluokun, 42 Duke Riley, 35 Chase Middleton
LB 45 Deion Jones, 55 Bruce Carter, 53 Jermaine Grace, 46 Del’Shawn Phillips, 69 Richie Brown
CB 26 Isaiah Oliver, 33 Blidi Wreh-Wilson, 20 Kendall Sheffield, 23 Jayson Stanley, 30 Jalen Myrick
CB 21 Desmond Trufant, 27 Damontae Kazee, 28 Jordan Miller, 40 Ryan Neal, 39 Taveze Calhoun
S 37 Ricardo Allen, 41 Sharrod Neasman, 34 Chris Cooper
S 22 Keanu Neal, 36 Kemal Ishmael, 43 Parker Baldwin, 32 Ronald Martin
K 4 Giorgio Tavecchio
KO 5 Matt Bosher
P 5 Matt Bosher
LS 47 Josh Harris
H 5 Matt Bosher
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