The 25-year-old started the first six games of the season for the Falcons in 2012, before suffering a back injury that placed him on injured reserve.
Reynolds was initially drafted as a tackle by Atlanta in 2009, but by the start of the 2011 season had earned a starting spot at right guard - a job he eventually lost later that season in favor of Joe Hawley.
Daniel Cox of atlantafalcons.com went on to release a report on the progression of Reynolds following the loss of his starting position.
“He’s a guy that works very hard," head coach Mike Smith said. "I don’t know that there’s a guy that works harder than him in practice. Every day he comes, every practice is extremely hard."
Reynolds deal now marks the Falcons second signing of the day, and it's hard not to love that the team is clearly making it a high priority to re-sign their own.