Drake London, WR (ATL)

Dominating start to training camp

London (ankle) made several highlight-worthy plays during Atlanta's training camp practice Saturday, Deen Worley of the Falcons' official site reports.

London broke his foot in October last year, which sidelined him for the remainder of his final campaign at USC. However, the No. 8 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft hasn't appeared limited at all during his offseason work with the Falcons. At 6-foot-4, London has the frame to be an elite red-zone threat, but his route running makes him a potential No. 1 WR as a rookie. While the 22-year-old holds all the talent in the world, his fantasy production will be directly correlated to how well Marcus Mariota is able to do in his first year back as a starting quarterback.

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Bryan Edwards

Bryan Edwards

WR | ATL

On track for starting job

Edwards (shoulder) wore a non-contact jersey again Tuesday, but he nonetheless appears to be one of the team's top three wide receivers, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.

Drake London

WR | ATL

Key role expected

Though London is listed toward the back end of the Falcons' unofficial posted depth chart, Scott Bair of the team's official site notes that's an approach coach Arthur Smith typically takes at this stage of the preseason.

Tyler Allgeier

RB | ATL

Looks to carve out backfield role

Though Allgeier is listed on the back end of the Falcons' unofficial posted depth chart, Scott Bair of the team's official site notes that's an approach coach Arthur Smith generally takes at this stage of the preseason.

Feleipe Franks

Feleipe Franks

QB | ATL

Settling into new role

Franks is operating primarily as a tight end during training camp, but he remains mixed in as an emergency quarterback, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Marcus Mariota

Marcus Mariota

QB | ATL

On track for Week 1 start

Mariota continues to dominate first-team snaps in practice and has looked "crisper" and "more accurate" than rookie Desmond Ridder, ESPN.com's Michael Rothstein reports.

Bryan Edwards

Bryan Edwards

WR | ATL

Returns to practice

Edwards (shoulder) returned to practice Tuesday wearing a yellow jersey, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Bryan Edwards

Bryan Edwards

WR | ATL

Avoids serious injury

Coach Arthur Smith said Monday that Edwards (shoulder) is considered "day-to-day," Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site reports.