The Atlanta Falcons could use someone who would allow its offense to be much more explosive.
De'Anthony Thomas from Oregon could be that kind of weapon, as well as being someone who gives the Falcons depth in the event that Julio Jones goes down again. He'd also be a good fit for Atlanta as a slot receiver and change-of-pace back.
According to Ross Jones of Fox, the Falcons worked out Thomas to see how he would fit into their offense. Follow along as we explore Thomas' strengths, weaknesses and place in the Falcons' scheme.
Running Back/Offensive Weapon/Return Specialist
University of Oregon
Combine/Pro Day Measurements
Height: 5'8-5/8" Weight: 174 pounds
Arm Length: 29-7/8" Hand Measurement: 8-1/8"
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