John Parker Wilson is still third on the quarterback depth chart as he enters his fourth season with the Atlanta Falcons.
Matt Ryan is still the starter, and Chris Redman is No. 2. Redman got in five games last season and threw 28 passes.
The Falcons have signed a fourth quarterback, undrafted free agent Dominique Davis of East Carolina. He began his career at Boston College, oddly enough as Ryan’s backup. Davis is expected to challenge Wilson for the No. 3 spot.
Wilson, who started for Alabama’s 12-2 team in 2008, hasn’t gotten into an NFL regular-season game, but he has played in a handful of preseason contests. In eight games during 2009-11, Wilson has completed 77 out of 135 passes for 644 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions.
Sure, it’s not much, but how many people can say they’ve been on an NFL roster for three years?