The Atlanta Falcons made a big splash in the past 72 hours. General manager Thomas Dimitroff has successfully acquired Steven Jackson, wooed Tony Gonzalez back for one more year and locked up key unrestricted free agents William Moore, Garrett Reynolds and Sam Baker.
Falcons fans should also note that a new contract for Matt Ryan could actually create more cap space to work with this offseason.
Dimitroff has been known for making one big free-agent signing each year since he arrived in Atlanta in 2008 and helped turn the franchise completely around.
While it's very likely the Falcons will elect to fill the rest of their holes through the draft, it should be noted that Atlanta's biggest concern going into the offseason was defense.
There's still a fighting chance that Dimitroff plucks one more free agent, though it probably won't be a big-ticket one.
Here's three possibilities left in the fold.