Atlanta Falcons are bringing in another future veteran to help bolster their pass-catching group, signing Jeronimo Alison After an experience during the rookie little camp over the weekend.
The 6-foot-3 receiver spent the first four seasons of his career at Green Bay after dropping out of Illinois. He had 89 passes for 1,045 yards and six touchdowns with the Packers.
He then signed with the Detroit Lions in 2020 but chose not to participate in this season due to uncertainties surrounding COVID-19. He returned to the Lions in 2021 but appeared in only three matches and did not score any catch.
The Hawks brought Allison in for an extended look over the weekend – on Saturday he was spotted working after a workout as well – before he officially joins Atlanta on Monday. Joining a somewhat open reception room led by the Falcons’ selection in the first round this year, Drake Londonand veterans Brian Edwards (obtained by trade on Friday from Las Vegas), Oden Tate And Olamide Zaccheaus.
Atlanta also signed a tight deal with Tucker Fisk, who played in a court finish and defensive end at Stanford, and Trey Webb, a defensive linebacker from Montana State who also played at San Jose State.
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