Atlanta Falcons middle linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (53) reacts after he recovered a kick in the first half during the NFC Divisional Game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, January 13, 2018. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Falcons sign linebacker LaRoy Reynolds 

Speedy linebacker LaRoy Reynolds, who played for the Falcons in 2016 and 2017, re-signed with the team Tuesday. 

Reynolds, 29, has played in 99 NFL games and made seven starts. The 6-foot-1 and 240-pounder played with the Eagles in 2018 and the Bengals last season. 

Reynolds, who played at Virginia, broke into the league with the Jaguars in 2013 as an undrafted free agent. He has also played for the Bears.

He had his best season in 2016 during the Falcons march to Super Bowl LI. He had a career-high 30 tackles and made three starts. He played one play from scrimmage and 23 on special teams in the Super Bowl. 

Here’s a look at where things stand Tuesday with the Falcons’ free-agency moves:

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» Todd Gurley, running back - Agreed to one-year deal with team. 
» Laquon Treadwell, wide receiver - Agreed to one-year deal with team.
» Justin McCray, guard - Agreed to one-year deal with team.
» Kenjon Barner, running back -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Matt Schaub, quarterback – Club picked up his option, according to his agent.
» Justin Hardy, wide receiver - Will not re-sign with team.
» Austin Hooper, tight end – Will be allowed to hit the market. Has agreed to terms with the Browns
» Matt Simms, quarterback -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Keith Smith, fullback – Was re-signed to a three-year deal.
» Wes Schweitzer, offensive guard/center – Will be allowed to hit the market. Set to sign with Washington.
» Ty Sambrailo, tackle - Released by the team March 16.
» Devonta Freeman - Cut by the team March 17.

» John Wetzel, offensive lineman – Vested veteran contract terminated and then re-signed.
» Luke Stocker, tight end - To be released pending a physical.

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» Dante Fowler, defensive end - Agreed to three-year, $48 million deal with the Falcons.

» LaRoy Reynolds - signed by the Falcons on March 24.

» Vic Beasley, defensive end/linebacker – Will not be re-signedWill join Titans on a one-year deal.
» De'Vondre Campbell, linebacker – Will be allowed to hit the market.  Agreed to one-year deal worth up to $8.5 million with Arizona. 

» Adrian Clayborn, defensive end -- Unrestricted free agent.  

» Jack Crawford, defensive tackle -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Johnathan Cyprien, safety -- Unrestricted free agent. 
» Tyeler Davison, defensive tackle - Agrees to three-year deal. 
» Ra’Shede Hageman, defensive tackle – Waived by the team Jan. 13.
» Kemal Ishmael, safety/linebacker – Will not be re-signed by Falcons. 
» Steven Means, defensive end - Re-signed to a one-year contract March 9.
» Sharrod Neasman, safety  -- Agreed to a one-year contract.

» Jamar Taylor, cornerback -- Unrestricted free agent. 
» J.J. Wilcox, safety -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Blidi Wreh-Wilson, cornerback -- Agreed to one-year deal with the team. 
» Desmond Trufant - Released by team  He signed a two-year, $21 million deal with the Detroit Lions

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» Matt Bosher, punter -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Ryan Allen, punter – Signed to a one-year contract extension for $945,000 on Feb. 18.
» Sam Irwin-Hill, punter – Signed to a one-year contract worth $510,000.



» Brian Hill, running back - Falcons placed fifth-round tender.


» Michael Bennett, defensive tackle 


» Younghoe Koo, placekicker – Signed a one-year contract extension for $660,000 on Feb. 18.


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