4. Marvin Jones
Adding Marvin Jones would give the Falcons both the veteran receiver they need and a veteran capable of providing veteran leadership for a young team. Jones finished the season with 529 receiving yards and played a huge role in Jacksonville’s improbable comeback win over the Chargers in the wildcard round a week ago.
Jones would be a great fit with Pitts and London providing Atlanta with a second receiver and a reliable second option after London. Jones will be far more expensive than the aforementioned options but would likely offer more consistent production as well. It isn’t out of the question the Falcons could add Jones and still bring in one of Hardman, Jones, or Green as the third option adding depth to the position in the draft.
Jones would be a good fit with Ridder and offer Atlanta the reliability and production they desperately need behind London.