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Reports: Falcons agree to terms on three-year deal with Kaleb McGary

Ahmed Fareed and Chris Simms offer their take on the Falcons' moves early in NFL free agency, as Arthur Smith looks to recreate the devastating run-first attack he had with the Titans.

The Falcons are keeping Kaleb McGary on a three-year, $34.5 million deal, according to multiple reports.

McGary, 28, started 62 of a possible 66 games at right tackle since the Falcons drafted him with the 31st overall selection in 2019.

The Falcons declined his fifth-year option last May, setting him up for free agency this week.

McGary played every snap in 2022.

The Falcons’ big spending this week included a long-term deal with right guard Chris Lindstrom. He agreed to a five-year, $105 million contract extension with his $21 million average annual value the most ever for a guard.