Logan Paulsen is signing another one-year pact with the Falcons. The team announced that they’ve re-signed the veteran tight end.
The 32-year-old joined the Falcons last offseason and proceeded to appear in 15 games (10 starts). The tight end didn’t contribute much in the passing game, finishing with nine catches for 91 yards and one touchdown. However, Paulsen did contribute as a blocker, with Pro Football Focus giving him solid grades for his pass-blocking. Ultimately, the site ranked the veteran 39th among 70 eligible tight ends.
Paulsen has had previous stints with the Redskins, Bears, and 49ers. His best season came in 2013 with Washington when he hauled in 28 receptions for 267 yards and three touchdowns.
Paulsen will be rejoining a Falcons tight end corps that already includes Austin Hooper and free agent addition Luke Stocker. The team is also currently rostering Eric Saubert, Alex Gray, and Jaeden Graham.
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