Atlanta Falcons: Three Positions That Still Need Help

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Sep 7, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans outside linebacker Brooks Reed (58) during the game against the Washington Redskins at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

The Atlanta Falcons and Thomas Dimitroff has done a lot this off-season to fill some severe gaps on the depth chart and roster for 2015, primarily on defense.

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"“The Atlanta Falcons have made eight re-signings and 12 signings since the 2014 season ended. Of those, they should see quite a bit of impact, and with potential improvement from current players on the team, it would be shocking to see some of the signings make the roster. The Falcons just got better and improved a ton of missing depth with these signings for the 2015 season. If the Falcons look as good on the field and can stay healthy, they could be the front-runners for the division championship in 2015.”"

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He brought in a dominant pass-rusher (when healthy) that can also aid in stopping the run, DE Adrian Clayborn. The linebackers you are about to see on the starting roster will feature two fresh faces in the versatile, explosive  Justin Durant and the reliable, sure-tackling  Brooks Reed. And Dimitroff made sure that the key players on the team, Antone Smith, Matt Bryant, Kroy Biermann and Eric Weems, were brought back for 2015.

But even with these moves, there are three positions that still scream for help. Let’s go through them, in no particular order.

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