Atlanta Falcons sign Geronimo Allison, a veteran WR, to strengthen their pass-catching team

The Atlanta FalconsTo help strengthen their pass-catching team, they are signing another veteran receiver. Geronimo AllisonAfter trying out during the weekend’s rookie minicamp.

The 6-foot-3 receiver was a wide receiver. He spent his first four seasons in this position. Green BayHe was undrafted out Illinois. He caught 89 passes for 1,045 yards with the Packers and scored six touchdowns.

Then he signed with the Detroit LionsIn 2020, he opted to not participate due to uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. He was back with the Lions in 2021, but he only played in three games and didn’t catch a single catch.

After taking Allison to Atlanta for a lengthy look, the Falcons invited him back on Saturday. He was seen getting post-practice work done on Saturday before joining Atlanta officially on Monday. He joins an open receiver room, led by Falcons’ First-round Pick this year. Drake LondonVeterans and their families Bryan Edwards(Acquired Friday in trade from Las Vegas). Auden Tate Olamide Zaccheaus.

Atlanta signed Tucker Fisk, a tight end who played both defensive and tight end at Stanford, as well as Tre Webb (a defensive back from Montana State, who also played at San Jose State).

Wide receivers were released by the Falcons Chad Hansen, tight end Daniel HelmCornerback Luther Kirkto make way for the three new players.

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