Currently, the Atlanta Falcons are sitting with $55 million in projected cap space this is before making the obvious move of cutting Marcus Mariota which will free up roughly $12 million. Atlanta’s obvious needs a pass rusher, receiver, right tackle, defensive line, and depth at nearly every position.
The biggest domino yet to fall for Atlanta is what they will choose to do with right tackle Kaleb McGary locking the tackle up to a long term deal or attempting to find another answer at the position. McGary had a good season after three years of struggles making the decision all the more difficult.
Aside from McGary, Atlanta will be completely focused on building out their roster in free agency and the draft with the rest of their impact players already locked up.
With a flurry of moves likely to come in free agency there is a chance the Falcons decide to reunite with familiar faces including an Atlanta Falcons legend who deserves the chance to end their career on a far better note.