Which Falcons player(s) will play their last game with the team on Sunday?

The Morning Show w/ John & Hugh
December 28, 2018 - 11:48 am



The Atlanta Falcons are preparing for their final game of the 2018 season against divisional opponent Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With no postseason on the line, many have already shifted their focus to next year.

Head coach Dan Quinn said everything will be evaluated, from the roster to the coaching staff, following Sunday's game. While most of the focus has been on both coordinators for the Falcons, there may be even bigger changes coming to the roster in the offseason.

One of those key roster players is running back Tevin Coleman. Coleman, who will become an unrestricted free agent following the season, has been the Falcons premiere back after Devonta Freeman (groin) was put on IR back in Week 6. 

However, can the Falcons afford to keep him? According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the AJC, Coleman will be looking for a $30 million deal (7.5 million per year). 

With wholesale changes needing to be made on both lines of scrimmage and needing to pay another key players like DT Grady Jarrett, it may be a long shot for the Falcons to keep both Freeman and Coleman.

Other players we may see in their final game as an Atlanta Falcon include: RT Ryan Schraeder, DE Brooks Reed, DE Vic Beasley, DE Derrick Shelby, CB Robert Alford and others.