Tony Gonzalez expects the Falcons to "work with (him)" on his training camp schedule.
Falcons re-signed TE Tony Gonzalez to a two-year, $14 million contract.
Updating an earlier item, free agent Tony Gonzalez has "informed the Falcons he's coming back," and is "working out a new deal now."
Free agent Tony Gonzalez has given the "green light" to his agent to negotiate a contract with the Falcons.
SI's Peter King reports free agent Tony Gonzalez is leaning toward returning for a 17th season in part because a "golden (T.V.) job hasn't opened" up.
USA Today's Jim Corbett reports free agent Tony Gonzalez is expected to inform the Falcons that he will return for the 2013 season.
The Falcons are "cautiously optimistic" that free agent Tony Gonzalez will return for his age-37 season, but only at the right price.
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff acknowledges the sooner free agent Tony Gonzalez makes a decision on his future, the "better" it will be for the team.
ESPN's Ed Werder reported on SportsCenter Tuesday that free agent Tony Gonzalez is beginning to "waver" on his previous retirement plans.
SI's Peter King believes free agent Tony Gonzalez could be "feeling out his TV opportunities" before deciding whether to re-sign with the Falcons.
Profootballtalk.com wouldn't be "shocked" if teams other than the Falcons reach out to free agent Tony Gonzalez.
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff believes "it's a lot closer to 50/50" that Tony Gonzalez returns.
Falcons coach Mike Smith reiterated Wednesday there's "no timetable" for free agent Tony Gonzalez to reach a decision on his NFL future.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported on NFL 32 that Roddy White and the Falcons are planning a "Brett Favre strategy" with free agent Tony Gonzalez, who was leaning toward retirement late in the season.