Here are three players who stood out and improved their stock heading into training camp:
Grady Jarrett is trying to prove that his dominant performance in Super Bowl LI was no fluke.
Jarrett recorded three sacks in the game, and since then, the defensive tackle has shown he’s motivated in a new way.
“That was definitely a highlight of my career as far as the way I played,” Jarrett said of his Super Bowl performance. “I feel like the effort I gave on that day was because I wanted that win so badly. It just makes me want even more for this team and this city.”
Quinn noticed the work Jarrett has put in this offseason, tabbing him as player who has “totally jumped out” to the coaching staff the past two months.
Not only does Jarrett feel like he’s hitting his stride individually, he’s also entering his third season with perhaps his best supporting cast yet.
The Falcons return the NFL’s 2016 sack leader, Vic Bealsey, Ra’Shede Hageman, a healthy
In his first two seasons, Jarrett has tallied four sacks and 72 tackles.
Since his arrival in Atlanta in 2015, receiver…
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