The Atlanta Falcons will sign safety Tyrell Johnson after a successful workout for the organization.
Johnson adds depth to a position which needs it, especially after Dwight Lowery went down with a concussion during Friday's practice. Lowery does have a previous concussion history.
Johnson wasn't the only one who worked out for the Falcons. According to a league source, safety Jordan Pugh also worked out for the team.
Johnson, who played college football at Arkansas State, was drafted in the second round of the 2008 draft by the Minnesota Vikings. He's played for the Dolphins and Lions as well.
To make room for Johnson, the Falcons cut fullback Roosevelt Nix-Jones.
Follow me on Twitter: @RavensInsider
Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.
JAN 28 The Sports Quotient
A look at playcalling in Super Bowl history.
JAN 20 Tony Villiotti
Following Monday's announcement of those declaring for the Draft, a look at the numbers.
JAN 19 Jeff Fedotin
Chiefs' special teams coordinator has unique football mind.