FLOWERY BRANCH -- Denver traded offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo to the Falcons for a 2018 fifth-round pick on Friday, according to the team.
The deal was previously reported per source by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Sambrailo was a second-round pick (59th overall) in 2015 out of Colorado State. He opened his rookie season as the team’s left tackle with Ryan Clady out injured.
Sambrailo, 25, who's 6-foot-6 and 309 pounds, played in 10 games and made four starts last season.
He'll provide some depth behind starting tackles Jake Matthews and Ryan Schrader. The Falcons signed tackle Austin Pasztor, but he has a pectoral injury.
Sambrailo way considered a second-round bust and was bullied by the Falcons in their break-through win in Denver last season.
ATLANTA FALCONS 2017 EXHIBITION SEASON
GAME FOUR: JAGUARS 13, FALCONS 7
GAME THREE: CARDINALS 24, FALCONS 14
GAME TWO: STEELERS 17, FALCONS 13
GAME ONE: DOLPHINS 23, FALCONS 20