The Falcons made several roster moves Monday by waiving three players and signing three players.
The team signed linebacker Jonathan Celestin, wide receiver Colby Pearson and offensive lineman Kendall Calhoun. To make room on the roster, the Falcons waived safety Jason Hall, defensive back Terrance Parks and fullback Daniel Marx.
Celestin, 22, from Jonesboro and Mundy’s Mill High, played at the University of Minnesota for four seasons and went undrafted.
Pearson, 23, spent part of last season on the Packers’ practice squad. He went undrafted out of BYU.
Calhoun was signed by the Texans as an undrafted free agent out of Cincinnati.
The Falcons signed Parks prior to the start of training camp. Hall was signed earlier this offseason after being waived by the Seahawks. Marx was an undrafted free agent and a contender for an open spot at fullback.
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