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Draft Scout Jonathan Massaquoi News
10/14/14 - DE Jonathan Massaquoi and CB Robert McClain each registered one sack while DE Kroy Biermann and DT Paul Soliai combined for a third sack. Massaquoi dragged down Bears QB Jay Cutler for a five-yard loss on a second-down play in the first quarter. Massaquoi has posted two sacks this season and six sacks in his career. He notched a career-high four sacks last season.
08/29/14 - DE Jonathan Massaquoi notched a three-yard sack stopping Stephen Morris on fourth-and-2 in the second quarter.
12/25/13 - --DE Jonathan Massaquoi also dropped Kaepernick for a sack, giving him a career-best four sacks this season. Massaquoi is one of five Falcon defenders with 3.5-or-more sacks in 2013.
06/02/12 - DE Jonathan Massaquoi signed a four-year contract with the Falcons.
Massaquoi, 6-3, 264 pounds, was selected as the second of two fifth round picks (164th overall). He started all 25 games he played in at Troy, recording 128 tackles (78 solo) with 19.5 sacks for minus 138 yards, 31.0 stops for loss, 12 quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, three passes defensed and one blocked kick. His 19.5 sacks rank 12th in school history and his 31 tackles for loss rank third in team annals. Last season, Massaquoi was named to preseason watch lists for the Lombardi Award, the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Bronko Nagurski Award, the Chuck Bednarik Trophy, and the Ted Hendricks Award as well as for the Pony Express Award.
05/18/12 - DE Jonathan Massaquoi, a fifth-round draft pick from Troy, has dropped 16 pounds and hopes to regain the quickness that helped him lead the Sun Belt Conference with 13.5 sacks two seasons ago. The Falcons are hoping that he can land a spot in the defensive end rotation and keep pressure on quarterbacks when John Abraham has to take a break.
He played last year at 275 pounds, but was down to 259 for the rookie minicamp.
"He looks a lot leaner than he did during the season," Falcons coach Mike Smith said. "He has very good speed around the corner."