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I must admit that I seriously underestimated Toone. I like his speed and he has good hands. The decision on who will be that 5th WR will be difficult. IMO, having Lamark Brown as hybrid WR/TE is really an option the Falcons never had, and an option that would add another dangerous weapon to the Falcons arsenal on offense. If he (Brown) is used as such, why would the Falcons keep Meier? Let's say that the Falcons use Brown as this hybrid option. Let's say that Brown should beef up to 235-240 lbs. He would not be too heavy to be a WR, yet not too light to be used at TE and of course, he would develop good blocking skills as well. For now though, Michael Palmer should continue to develop and be groomed to be the starter next year However, it would be great to have Brown as this hybrid player to use his speed and hands that would give the Falcons another possible deep threat.

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I must admit that I seriously underestimated Toone. I like his speed and he has good hands. The decision on who will be that 5th WR will be difficult. IMO, having Lamark Brown as hybrid WR/TE is really an option the Falcons never had, and an option that would add another dangerous weapon to the Falcons arsenal on offense. If he (Brown) is used as such, why would the Falcons keep Meier? Let's say that the Falcons use Brown as this hybrid option. Let's say that Brown should beef up to 235-240 lbs. He would not be too heavy to be a WR, yet not too light to be used at TE and of course, he would develop good blocking skills as well. For now though, Michael Palmer should continue to develop and be groomed to be the starter next year However, it would be great to have Brown as this hybrid player to use his speed and hands that would give the Falcons another possible deep threat.

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I must admit that I seriously underestimated Toone. I like his speed and he has good hands. The decision on who will be that 5th WR will be difficult. IMO, having Lamark Brown as hybrid WR/TE is really an option the Falcons never had, and an option that would add another dangerous weapon to the Falcons arsenal on offense. If he (Brown) is used as such, why would the Falcons keep Meier? Let's say that the Falcons use Brown as this hybrid option. Let's say that Brown should beef up to 235-240 lbs. He would not be too heavy to be a WR, yet not too light to be used at TE and of course, he would develop good blocking skills as well. For now though, Michael Palmer should continue to develop and be groomed to be the starter next year However, it would be great to have Brown as this hybrid player to use his speed and hands that would give the Falcons another possible deep threat.

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