Calvin Ridley is taking his talents to Jacksonville.
The Falcons are trading Ridley, who is suspended for at least the rest of the season after it was determined that he bet on NFL games, for what NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport characterizes as a “complex” package of draft picks that could be as high as a 2024 second-rounder if he reaches an extension with the team.
Atlanta drafted Ridley 26th overall out of Alabama in 2018.
In four seasons with the Falcons, the wide receiver had 248 catches for 3,342 yards and 28 touchdowns.
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