Falcons TE Levine Toilolo played in all 16 games last season, including three starts, finishing with 11 receptions for 55 yards and two TDs. He added a lot of muscle in the offseason, especially to his upper body, aiming to become an even stronger force in the pass blocking game. Opposing linebackers will likely have a hard time defending against his height (6-8) and vertical abilities.
For a tight end, becoming a "stronger force in the pass blocking game" doesn't exactly equate to fantasy production. Don't expect Toilolo to replace future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez in the passing game. That responsibility will likely fall on slot receiver Harry Douglas, who caught 85 passes for 1,067 yards and two touchdowns with Julio Jones sidelined and Roddy White gimpy for much of the season. With Gonzo gone, Douglas should be on the radar, especially in PPR formats.