The Atlanta Falcons worked out linebacker Dan Connor, according to a league source.
Connor is a former Carolina Panthers third-round draft pick from Penn State.
He's played for the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants.
Last season, he had four tackles in six games split between the Panthers (five games) and Giants (one game).
He was placed on injured reserve with a neck injury last year with the Giants before later signing a one-year deal to rejoin the Panthers.
An All-American at Penn State, Connor has 216 career tackles in the NFL with one sack and one forced fumble.
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