One of the great returners in NFL history will be looking for a new job.
If the Falcons find themselves in need of an upgrade or an injury replacement, here's who they might add.
Atlanta's looking at the secondary after the draft, which is entirely appropriate.
He was good and very durable in 2015, and the Falcons haven't quite settled the position.
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It's a lot, and some of it is still going to Sam Baker.
The team sounds interested in the former first-round pick.
The Falcons wouldn't appear to have the money or the huge need, but here we are.
There have been some huge duds in free agency under the current front office.
The Falcons needed to work some magic.
Save your jokes, we're being serious.
This may be one explanation this player has met an unusually quiet market.
Despite being active and addressing certain positions, Atlanta's defense still has major holes and failed to obtain much-needed speed in their front seven.
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The Falcons are still expected to fill the hole in their secondary, but will they have fewer choices?
If you're wondering what's happening with the likes of William Moore and Kroy Biermann, the answer is not much.
It's a fallback option for the draft, evidently.
It should go better this time. Right?
The former Raven should be a strong run defender for Atlanta.
The new defensive end got a nice deal that indicates he may be starting.
Budget signings, but good ones.
He'd add yet another option at guard, where the Falcons are shopping for solutions.
Atlanta improves their weak linebacker depth by bringing back the impressive veteran.
There's a lot to talk about, and the podcast crew talks about it.
The team is finally getting around to meeting with linebackers.
Mike Person, you have competition.
The reality is that this team will probably top out as good, not great.
He gave the team a genuine boost last year.
If so, will it be better than last year's edition?
It's a solid one for a solid player.
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If the estimate is accurate, Atlanta doesn't have the flexibility to do a whole lot between now and June 2.
Hint: It's positive.
Another day of tracking free agent rumors.
Let's go shopping!