The NFL's free-agent market is about a week away from opening, and the Atlanta Falcons appear to be in position to make a little bit of noise after clearing some cap space by releasing three key veteran players last week.
However, even with the added cap space, the Falcons may not be as active as many people think they will be on the free-agent market.
The team needs to re-sign free agents like William Moore, Brent Grimes and Sam Baker, and also sign a draft class in April.
Indeed, Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff has already stated that the team's focus is to build through the draft.
If you put Dimitroff's comments in context with the fact the team is coming off of a 13-3 season that saw them just miss the Super Bowl, Falcons' fans probably shouldn't expect a huge shopping spree from Atlanta once free agency starts.
Let's try to project what moves Atlanta might make in free agency, as we examine the team's current roster as well as the team's pending free agents.