Levine Toilolo

#80 TE / Atlanta Falcons / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-8 Weight: 265 lb Age: 24 College: Stanford Bye 10

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  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Falcons' Quinn: Levine Toilolo has come in and been ready to work

    The Falcons have been active in changing their tight end depth chart this offseason. While starting tight end Levine Toilolo is still on the roster, Bear Pascoe and Kyle Miller are gone. The Falcons have since added Jacob Tamme, Tony Moeaki, Mickey Shuler Jr. and Beau Gardner to the roster. Toilolo progressed as a blocker in his second season in the NFL in 2014, but he never developed into the red-zone threat the team envisioned. He had just two touchdowns in 16 games. Although, it seems first-year coach Dan Quinn feels the 6-foot-8 Toilolo might have better offensive numbers moving forward. "It's all about pad level for him," Quinn said, per AJC.com. "He's come in, and he's been ready to work. I've been anxiously waiting to see what he can do."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Falcons sign TE Tony Moeaki

    The Falcons announced they've signed tight end Tony Moeaki after earlier announcing the signing of tight end Jacob Tamme. Moeaki, 27, played in six games for the Seahawks last season, catching eight passes for 134 yards and a touchdown. He hasn't made a big impact since 2012, when he had 33 grabs for 453 yards and a touchdown with Kansas City. Moeaki and Tamme join Levine Toilolo in Atlanta's tight end group.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Handful of Falcons chip in during loss to Steelers

    Featured back Steven Jackson was the most procuctive on a short list of minor contributors for the Falcons against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Jackson finished with just 46 yards on 11 carries and added one catch for 11 yards. Also chipping in was running back Devonta Freeman, who managed 21 yards on four attempts and nine yards on one reception. Fellow back Jacquizz Rodgers added three yards on two carries and 12 yards on one catch while tight end Levine Toilolo caught a pass for four yards.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Falcons backup pass catchers do little Week 13

    The Falcons backup pass catchers did little Week 13 against the Cardinals. Levine Toilolo managed to haul in four balls, gaining 15 yards. He was the target of a 1 yard score from Matt Ryan in the first quarter. Devin Hester had just one catch, gaining 10 yards. He also gained 4 yards on a rushing attempt. Eric Weems pulled in two balls, but gained just 9 yards. They'll look for more Week 14 against the Packers.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Falcons' role players chip in vs. Panthers in Week 11

    The Falcons received minor contributions from several role players in Week 11 against Carolina. In the running game, Jacquizz Rodgers carried the ball twice for 4 yards and caught three passes for 8 yards. In the passing game, Levine Toilolo caught two of the four passes thrown his way for 23 yards. Patrick DiMarco came down with two receptions for 14 yards.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Falcons get minor contributions from several role players Week 8

    The Falcons received minor contributions from several role players in a Week 8 loss to the Lions in London. Jacquizz Rodgers had just one carry for 2 yards but all three of his targets for 28 yards. Levine Toilolo caught all two of his targets for 26 yards. Patrick DiMarco was targeted twice and finished with one catch for no gain in a 22-21 defeat.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Falcons TE Levine Toilolo working on reducing dropped passes

    Falcons tight end Levine Toilolo has been credited with six drops in 21 targets this season, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Toilolo's 28.5 percent drop rate is the worst in the league for players who play at least a quarter of their team's snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. Despite his struggles, offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter continues to have confidence in the second-year tight end. Koetter added Toilolo is "is constantly working on his catching" in drills. "He dropped that second one, and then to me it was all confidence after that," Koetter said. "When he catches the ball with good technique, has the right technique, Levine's hands are fine in my opinion. He just has to get back on the horse. That's all he can do."

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Falcons backup pass catchers do little Week 4

    The Falcons backup pass catchers didn't make a big impact Week 4 against the Vikings. Levine Toilolo managed to catch one pass for 12 yards, but that was it. Patrick DiMarco played a larger role, pulling in a 1 yard score in the second quarter. It was his only caught of the contest. Both players will look for more Week 5 against the Giants.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Falcons backups get on the board Thursday

    The Falcons backups made an impact Thursday against the Buccaneers. With the team up by a ton, Atlanta started using their subs in the third quarter. Jacquizz Rodgers received five carries for 6 yards. Rodgers also caught a pass for 3 yards. Eric Weems seemed to be the biggest beneficiary, hauling in four passes for 69 yards. Fullback Patrick DiMarco gained 35 yards on three catches. Levine Toilolo also contributed, catching two passes for 25 yards. Courtney Roby picked up 11 yards on one reception. They'll take on the Vikings Week 4.

  • by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Bad drop Levine Toilolo's biggest contribution

    Falcons tight end Levine Toilolo, who scored a touchdown in his first game replacing the retired Tony Gonzalez in Week 1, didn't offer much Week 2 at Cincinnati, catching two passes for 13 yards. He was targeted once more in the contest, but for the Falcons, it would have been better if he wasn't. An on-target pass from quarterback Matt Ryan early in the third quarter deflected off his hands and into the arms of a diving Leon Hall for an interception. Toilolo will look to redeem himself Thursday night against the Buccaneers.

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