If the Atlanta Falcons had a major weakness during the 2013 season, it was defending against the run. They gave up 135.8 rushing yards per game, which ranked them second worst overall in the NFL.
To help plug up the holes on its defensive line the Falcons are looking for help from a local product.
Yesterday the team announced via Twitter that it has signed Georgia State defensive tackle Theo Agnew:
The Falcons have signed former Georgia State DL Theo Agnew. #RiseUp
— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) August 1, 2014
Agnew is somewhat undersized at 6’4″ and 288 pounds, but at the very least he provides another body for training camp. He also participated in the team’s three-day mini camp back in May.
What do you think Agnew’s chances are of making the team?