The Falcons are set to start their final week of organized team activity sessions today (OTAs), and by now we know what OTAs are and what they aren't.
OTA sessions aren't training camp practices, but they are valuable to NFL coaches because this is when they begin to install a lot of their schemes and work on some of the adjustments they made over the offseason.
The non-contact sessions also provide younger players with the opportunity to ease their way into NFL competition before the baptism by fire that some of them will receive when the pads come on at the end of the summer.
Against that backdrop, let's take a look what the Falcons' depth chart may look like at the conclusion of this week's final OTA sessions. This won't be a projection of the Falcons' final 53-man roster, so all players currently on the roster will be included and the depth chart will probably change at certain positions between now and Week 1 of the season.
Even still, now is as good a time as any to take a glimpse at how the Falcons' coaches may have the players' names stacked on their office whiteboard at Flowery Branch.
We begin our Atlanta Falcons post-OTA depth chart projection at the quarterback position.
Unless otherwise indicated, all analysis in this article is based on coach and player interviews found on AtlantaFalcons.com Media Lounge and reporting by D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.