Falcons Free Agency: Aubrayo Franklin Makes A Visit To Atlanta

The Atlanta Falcons could be considering the addition of veteran free agent defensive tackle Aubrayo Franklin. Jason La Canfora reported earlier today that Franklin made a visit to the Falcons.

Franklin spent last season with the New Orleans Saints, where he saw his production in tackles go half as much as what was consistent of him with the San Francisco 49ers over the previous four seasons.

There were reports earlier in the month which show the Seattle Seahawks had interest in the defensive lineman. Franklin will be 32 at the start of the season, which will be his 10th. Franklin has played in 114 games in his NFL career, with 204 tackles to his rep.

Read more about the Falcons at The Falcoholic. For more news and notes on the Falcons' free agency moves this season, be sure to check out our StoryStream here.

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