Firkser always seems to get a little bit of attention from Fantasy managers, especially those in TE-premium leagues. However, he's never been able to establish himself as a legit receiving threat through four seasons. Reunited with his former position coach in Atlanta, Firkser will likely serve as a traditional tight end for the Falcons and help with their blocking more than their receiving. You shouldn't draft him.
Earlier this offseason, the Falcons signed Anthony Firkser, formerly of the Titans, to a one-year contract. He flashed a little bit with the Titans, including one 100-yard game in 2020, but with Atlanta he'll mainly work as a no.2 tight end behind Kyle Pitts. With the ability to work Pitts outside as a wide receiver, Firkser could get on the field in '12 personnel' packages. There's not much fantasy value with Firkser, but he could be a nice piece for the Falcons offense as they look to build their passing attack.