A.J. Terrell

A.J. Terrell Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'1" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 23, 1998 (22)
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 16 (ATL)

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A.J. Terrell News

Falcons Activate A.J. Terrell From COVID-19 List

Atlanta Falcons first-round rookie cornerback A.J. Terrell was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Thursday. Terrell was a starter in the secondary for the first two weeks of the season before he went on the COVID-19 list before Week 3. The rookie had 11 tackles and one QB hit in his first two NFL games while playing 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps. For a secondary extremely beat up by injuries to Ricardo Allen, Keanu Neal, Darqueze Dennard and Damontae Kazee, the return of Terrell couldn't have come at a better time. The Falcons Defense is allowing the second-most passing yards per game (353.8) through four weeks of the season. You can avoid them against a Panthers team that has found their stride the last two weeks on offense, even without star running back Christian McCaffrey.

Oct. 8th • 1:20 PM
A.J. Terrell Placed On COVID List

Atlanta Falcons cornerback A.J. Terrell (illness) was placed on the COVID list on Saturday. The number-16 overall pick from the 2020 draft is the NFL's first positive case of the season, as the results came back from a Friday morning test. As of right now, the Falcons have no other positive tests, though this is obviously something to monitor up until kickoff on Sunday. The rest of the team was tested again Saturday morning and those results will come back Sunday morning. From a football perspective, this hurts an already-struggling Falcons' defense that has allowed the fourth-most passing yards in the NFL heading into Week 3.

Sep. 26th • 3:13 PM
A.J. Terrell Expected To Start Right Away

The Atlanta Falcons took cornerback A.J. Terrell 16th overall in the first round of last month's draft with the intention of starting him right away. Kendall Sheffield could play in the slot most of the time, with Isaiah Oliver on the outside in base packages. Keanu Neal and Ricardo Allen are the team's top two safeties, and they might need to step up even more if Terrell and the cornerbacks don't live up to expectations. Atlanta has a lot riding on Terrell and need their secondary to play much better so that the offense doesn't have to constantly win shootouts. It will be difficult in a loaded NFC South division now that Tom Brady is playing for the Buccaneers.

May. 20th • 2:22 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Matt Ryan
Matt Schaub
RB Todd Gurley II
Brian Hill
LWR Julio Jones
Olamide Zaccheaus
RWR Calvin Ridley
Christian Blake
SWR Russell Gage
Brandon Powell
TE Hayden Hurst
Jaeden Graham
LT Jake Matthews
LG James Carpenter
Matt Hennessy
C Alex Mack
Justin McCray
RG Chris Lindstrom
RT Matt Gono
John Wetzel
LDE Takkarist McKinley
Allen Bailey
LDT Grady Jarrett
Deadrin Senat
RDT Tyeler Davison
RDE Dante Fowler Jr.
Steven Means
LB Deion Jones
Foyesade Oluokun
LaRoy Reynolds
Mykal Walker
LCB Kendall Sheffield
Blidi Wreh-Wilson
FS Sharrod Neasman
SS Ricardo Allen
S Keanu Neal
Jaylinn Hawkins
RCB Isaiah Oliver
Jordan Miller
NB A.J. Terrell
K Younghoe Koo
Elliott Fry