Falcons Free Agency 2017
Answer: A few essential names, and a lot of guys who will be March 2018 decisions.
He’s a Georgia product, and he hasn’t played football since high school.
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The veteran linebacker could be back, but you won’t necessarily get that from reading his missive.
The big free agent signing played against the Falcons last season. How did the mammoth nose tackle fare against their interior line?
The Pro Bowl defensive tackle was brought in to shore up the defensive line. How will Poe’s presence there affect Atlanta’s defense as a whole?
He could be a starter, or he could be cut. The range of outcomes makes it difficult to predict whether the Falcons will still invest at guard in the draft.
They’ll duke it out in camp, as they should.
The roster, as currently constructed, suggests that outcome.
Still a grim list!
It may not be a priority for this Falcons team.
There are still several former Falcons available for teams to sign. Will any return to Atlanta?
Who will be on this team?
I’d go up to 330 pounds for $500,000, but I digress.
The upshot: Poe does everything pretty well, flashes at times, but is inconsistent.
It can increase to $10 million if he hits incentives.
The veteran defensive tackle could be a difference maker for an Atlanta defense lacking strength in the middle.
The mammoth defensive tackle is enjoying his free agency visits.
We deliver the number-crunching done by others.
The young defensive tackle has had a bizarrely quiet market.
Who is coming to Atlanta?
The new signing can play multiple positions on the defensive line.
There’s a few decent options out there, if the Falcons don’t want to sink a top draft pick into the position.
Free agency is going strong, and we’ll be keeping up with everything here.
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