Douglas could have increased role: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that if tight end Tony Gonzalez decides to retire the Falcons could lean more on No. 3 receiver Harry Douglas in an expanded role in 2013. While serving as the fourth target in the offense over the past two seasons, Douglas caught 77 passes for 894 yards and two touchdowns. (Updated 2/19/13)
No information available at this time (Updated 5/25/13).
Douglas would likely move into the slot position as the third target if Gonzalez doesnt return. If that happens, consider Douglas a sleeper in 2013. He would only be worth drafting with a late-round pick. (Updated 2/19/13).
04/03/2013 10:35 Offseason Primers: Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons opened it up on offense in 2012 en route to the NFC Championship Game. Our Dave Richard takes an early look at how owners should look at Atlanta's roster in 2013.
You'd think playing as the third receiver in the Falcons’ offense would result in some big numbers, but for Harry Douglas it hasn't happened yet. Over his career, Douglas has yet to register more than one receiving touchdown or 500 receiving yards in a season. We wouldn't draft him in any format. (Updated 4/26/13)