Edwards and a 2023 seventh-round pick were sent to Atlanta with a 2023 fifth-rounder heading back to Las Vegas in exchange. Edwards was a popular wide receiver prospect coming out of South Carolina in 2020 but he never broke out with the Raiders, catching just 45 balls for 764 yards and four touchdowns over his two NFL seasons. His outlook in Atlanta doesn't improve much after the Falcons used the 2022 No. 8 overall pick to pair Drake London with future star tight end Kyle Pitts. That leaves Edwards as the No. 3 option in the Atlanta passing game at best. He is worth holding onto only in deeper dynasty formats going forward but isn't worth a spot in redraft leagues.