2017, Round 4, Pick 136: Sean Harlow, offensive guard, spent the season in the Falcons’ developmental program. What happened next? Harlow is expected to compete for a roster spot in 2018.
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Falcons to try out Sean Harlow at center  

“When you see him at practice today, he’ll be at center,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. “He’s played a lot of guard. We’ll move Wes (Schweitzer) over to guard this week and Harlow into center. Having that kind of versatility as an inside player is really important.” 

Harlow, who was drafted in the fourth-round (136th) of the 2017 draft, played tackle at Oregon State before being converted to a guard in the NFL. 

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