FLOWERY BRANCH -- The Falcons can carry the entire roster through the four exhibition games this season because of a rule change, but some players have helped their chances of making the final 53-man roster through two games.
Here’s are five players who’s arrow is pointing upward for the Falcons:
--Reggie Davis, wide receiver. “I thought Reggie Davis had a big play down the field,”
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said on Monday.
--Quincy Mauger, safety. “Although he had a couple of missed assignments, he had really good intent for the ball,” Quinn said. He also had a spectacular interception.
--Kemal Ishmael, linebacker. “He really had a deliberate mindset for the football,” Quinn said. “He was somebody who had real intent about him all the way through.”
--Josh Keys, linebacker. Played well on special teams.
--Sean Harlow, guard. “I thought Sean Harlow...improved his game from an intense and physicality (standpoint).”
2017 EXHIBITION SEASON
STEELERS 17, FALCONS 13
DOLPHINS 23, FALCONS 20