After a week of free agency, the Atlanta Falcons haven't deviated much from general manager Thomas Dimitroff's stated goal of focusing on retaining their own players.
William Moore, Sam Baker and Tony Gonzalez have all been re-signed, and the Falcons replaced Michael Turner with ex-Rams running back Steven Jackson late in the week.
That's an impressive week of work, but Atlanta still has its share of holes to fill if it wants to compete for a Super Bowl next year.
Most of those holes are on the defensive side of the ball, as the Falcons will probably be looking for help with their pass rush, a cover corner and an athletic linebacker who can handle pass coverage responsibilities on third down.
Let's take a fresh look at how an Atlanta Falcons draft might play out in April after a week of free agency.