FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- On the second day of the offseason program, it seemed like the topic the Atlanta Falcons enjoyed talking about the most was the revamped locker room.
The are some noticeable changes like new lockers, as the team revealed here:
Matt Ryan discussed the switch.
"You'll see it. It's set up completely different, so the old way it was set up just doesn't make sense now," Ryan said. "I kind of like it. It kind of mixes everybody together. We've got offense-defense; old guys-young guys. It's kind of random, but I like it."
"I'm on the corner, so it's just [Freeman] really," Jones said. "He talks a lot. But it's good. He asks a lot of questions, as he should. He's still a young guy. But just moving forward, he's going to be great. As you see last year, the potential is there. He still wants to learn.
"But I like the layout. It's very open. And [for] guys, it's convenient. It's not like, 'All right, the linemen are over here, the quarterbacks here and the receivers here.' It's just mixed up. Defense, offense is kind of mixed up as well. So, just the bond. We're trying to connect here. This year is to connect more."
"I think the setup allows us to get to know each other better," Weatherspoon said. "It's more of an open area, so that's cool."