ATLANTA (AP) -The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms on a four-year deal with third-round draft pick Harry Douglas, a wide receiver from Louisville.
The Falcons also announced the signing of free-agent safety Deke Cooper on Friday.
Cooper had three interceptions while starting 15 games for Carolina last season. He also has played for Jacksonville and San Francisco.
Douglas had 173 career catches and 15 touchdown catches at Louisville.
The Falcons released four players, including safety Jamal Lewis of Georgia Tech. The team also released offensive tackle Michael Butterworth, defensive end Derrick Jones and offensive lineman Kurt Quarterman.
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