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Free Agency: (Thanks to Bleacher Report for the idea for this.)
Jimmy Graham: 6 years, 48 mil. The Falcons can take from the Saints who more than likely won't be able to pay for their biggest offensive weapon due to being so high over the cap. The Falcons on the other hand, will have a good bit of money to spend after some cuts and trade negotiations.
Linval Joseph: 4 years, 21 mil. This is a move to get a little bit nastier on the defensive line, and younger too.
Anthony Collins: 3 years, 10 mil. The Falcons add some bulk to the line with a guy that still has some untapped potential.
Round 1: Anthony Barr, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, UCLA: The Falcons take Barr who is a versatile freak with a ceiling no where in sight. I think they will move to a 3-4 and he would make a great 3-4 OLB with Peters, Joseph, and Babs as the down linemen.
Round 2: Gabe Jackson, Offensive Line, Mississippi State: The Falcons HAVE TO upgrade at guard just as much as they do at tackle, this could help out the center problem too with some good play next to him.
3rd Round: Kyle Van Noy, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, BYU: This guy has been sliding down some people's boards. He would be an absolute steal in the third round as he is another athletic freak.
Round 4: Lache Seastrunk, Running Back, Baylor: The Falcons need to solidify the running game, Seastrunk can give the run game a boost. Running back by committee is how you can keep everyone fresh throughout the long year.
Round 5: Dominique Easley, Defensive Tackle, Florida: He was regarded as one of if not the best DTs in the nation before the season. But due to unforeseen events, the man has fallen off quite a bit. He can be a steal if he gets stays out of trouble and gets back to his game. I think TD should take a chance on him.
Round 6: Gabe Ikard, Center, Oklahoma: I like these Gabe guys playing offensive line, Gabe Ikard I think could be the steal of the draft for the Falcons. Many have said after his combine, he should slide up the boards like fellow Sooner Lane Johnson.
Round 7: Antone Exum, Cornerback, Virginia Tech: The Falcons can add some depth at corner in the later rounds, and Exum is a big corner that can fight for a spot.
Notable Undrafted Free Agents: TJ Jones,WR,Notre Dame/Asa Watson,TE,NC State/Josh Shirley,OLB,Washington/James Wilder Jr,RB,Florida State