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  • Latest On Falcons' Planned Roles For TE Kyle Pitts, RB Bijan Robinson

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    Kirk Cousins will be one of the key figures to watch at the start of the 2024 season as the Falcons' new quarterback. Plenty of the team's offensive success will of course depend on the play of tight end Kyle Pitts and running back Bijan Robinson, though. [RELATED: Falcons Pick Up Pitts' Fifth-Year Option] Both former top-10 picks [...]

    Jun 9 · Pro Football Rumors Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts Kirk Cousins Bijan Robinson
  • 'Super rookie' Kyle Pitts has 'personal vendetta' for comeback season with Falcons

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    Pitts is finally feeling healthy, and he is optimistic the Falcons' new look and system will help him thrive.

    Jun 1 · ESPN Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts
  • Kyle Pitts Feels Like A Rookie Learning New Offense

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    Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts called himself a "super rookie" as he enters the fourth year of his NFL career in 2024. "I'm not a rookie rookie. But we're all in this new offense, new regime, new schedule. We're all in this fresh," Pitts said. The former first-round pick has a new head coach in Raheem Morris, a new offensive coordinator in Zac Robinson and a new quarterback in Kirk Cousins this year. Pitts had 1,027 receiving yards in his rookie year in 2021 but suffered a season-ending knee injury in Year 2, and he wasn't 100% in 2023 despite playing in all 17 games. The 23-year-old is fully healthy now and taking part in OTAs this offense as he works to learn the new offense and gain chemistry with Cousins. Pitts could easily have his best season to date in 2024 if both he and Cousins (coming off a torn Achilles) can stay healthy.

    May 18 · Source via Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts
  • Kyle Pitts Embracing Fresh Start

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    Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts shined as a rookie in 2021, catching 68 passes for 1,026 yards and one touchdown after being selected No. 4 overall. His last two campaigns have left a lot to be desired, as he failed to surpass 700 yards or become a major factor in the end zone in 2022 or 2023. However, he is still just 23 years old and is embracing a fresh start with a new quarterback and coaching staff in 2024. "I would say I'm a super rookie," Pitts said Tuesday, via the team's official site. "I'm not a rookie. But we're all in this new offense, new regime, new schedule. We're all in this fresh." Pitts' 2021 success came with Matt Ryan under center, and poor quarterback play from Marcus Mariota, Desmond Ridder, and Taylor Heinicke can help explain his lack of production. The Falcons signed former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins to a four-year deal and drafted Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr. with the No. 8 overall pick this offseason. Despite his lackluster showings of late, he is being selected as the TE7 off the board in early FFPC fantasy drafts. He remains a clear TE1 candidate and has top-five overall upside in his new offense.

    May 17 · Source via Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts
  • Falcons Pick Up Kyle Pitts' Fifth-Year Option

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    The Atlanta Falcons picked up the 2025 fifth-year option on tight end Kyle Pitts on Monday, according to a source. Although the former fourth overall pick in 2021 out of Florida hasn't exactly lived up to his draft status, there's no way the Falcons weren't going to pick up his option. Pitts was a Pro Bowler in his rookie year, when he went for over 1,000 yards receiving, but he played in only 10 games due to injury in 2022 and has underwhelmed with six total touchdowns in his three NFL seasons. Atlanta's QB situation hasn't helped his cause, though. With a new coaching staff in town and with quarterback Kirk Cousins running the offense in 2024, Pitts' fantasy stock is trending up despite back-to-back disappointing campaigns.

    Apr 29 · Source via Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts
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