Dan Klecko/DT - He's not a bad fourth interior defensive lineman.
Dunta Robinson/CB - Robinson finally gives the Falcons a top-shelf cornerback.
Matt Giordano/S - He'll see most of his time on special teams.
Verron Haynes/RB - He signed mid-way last season with Atlanta and played FB and RB.
Aaron Stecker/RB - The veteran back may retire.
Marty Booker/WR - The journeyman receiver appeared in all 16 games last season for the Falcons. He fits in as a third receiver at this point in his career.
Tony Gilbert/LB - He appeared in 12 games last season for the Falcons playing mostly on special teams.
Jamaal Fudge/S - Fudge only appeared in two games for the Falcons last season and wasn't tendered as a restricted free agent.
Antoine Harris/S - He only saw time on special teams last season for the Falcons. He wasn't tendered as a restricted free agent.
Charlie Peprah/S - He wasn't tendered as a restricted free agent, so Peprah is free to sign with any team and the Falcons wouldn't receive any compensation back in return.
Chris Houston/CB - He was traded to the Lions. Houston is a solid No. 2 cornerback, but isn't of the caliber of Robinson.
Tye Hill/CB - The former first-round pick of the Rams didn't contribute much during his short time with the Falcons.
Pre-Draft Team Needs
Defensive End - Former first-round pick Jamaal Anderson hasn't worked out at all as a pass rusher, so the team needs to address that position. Veteran DE John Abraham turns 32 next month.
Cornerback - Despite the signing of Robinson, the team really lacks another proven cover player in their secondary.
Other Issues to Address
Offensive Tackle Depth
Outside Linebacker Depth
Wide Receiver Depth