NFL free agency, which begins on March 12, is just around the corner.
While much of the buzz this week has been around prospective rookie evaluations at the NFL Scouting Combine, teams are likely already plotting as to what they are going to do once the free-agency gun fires in just over two weeks.
Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff, who has been with the team since 2008 and is simply known as Comrade by avid Falcons followers, has already cemented his name in Falcons lore during his tenure with the organization.
Dimitroff has made himself known for making obscure and calculated moves to build not only a solid on-field product, but also a blue-collar identity and framework that makes Atlanta appear to be an exclusive club, if you will.
Dimitroff won't just let anyone into the facilities in Flowery Branch. Here's five moves he probably won't make this offseason.