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11 Julio Jones
At receiver, Julio Jones and Roddy White have formed arguably the best starting tandem in the league for the past two seasons. Jones will be coming into camp as one of the veterans now, and his focus will be on learning as much as he can on how to exploit defenses around him.
84 Roddy White
Roddy White is guaranteed not just a roster spot, but a starting spot with how he has played over the past six years, as he has had at least 80 catches, 1,150 yards and six touchdowns in each of them. His role in camp will be as a mentor to the entire corps.
83 Harry Douglas
Harry Douglas is in a unique situation in that he could be a camp casualty if either Drew Davis or Tim Toone steps up to the point that they are a better option. Douglas has been a solid option through the years but has never taken the next step everyone expected.
19 Drew Davis
Davis has been a surprise addition to the active roster over each of the past two seasons. But his play on special teams and role as a solid fourth receiver option make him one of the better players competing for one of the last two or three spots on the roster at receiver.
15 Kevin Cone
Kevin Cone is another guy whose special teams acumen has earned him a roster spot the past two seasons. He was a raw project coming out of Georgia Tech's option offense, but if his receiving ability has caught up with his special teams ability, the Falcons could have a faster Brian Finneran in him.
17 Tim Toone
Tim Toone is a former Mr. Irrelevant for the Detroit Lions. He showed prowess as a deep threat in 2012's preseason. If he can show the same kind of ability in 2013 and also win the punt-return job, then there is no reason for the Falcons to cut him.
18 James Rodgers
James Rodgers spent the 2012 season on the Falcons practice squad. He has a leg up on the other guys competing for the final receiver spot, but he will have to prove his worth on special teams to earn that final roster spot.
14 Martel Moore
Martel Moore is a big reason why Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch was able to refine his passing game in 2012. Now that the former Huskie No. 1 receiver is in Atlanta, he will hope to rekindle magic in the preseason that will allow him to overtake Davis or Cone for a roster spot.
16 Marcus Jackson
Jackson is another 2012 practice-squad holdover who should be afforded a shot at a roster spot. Playing at small-school Lamar in Texas, Jackson didn't have the ability to impress people in college very easily. But he has had a full season on a professional practice squad and could surprise people in camp.
13 Darius Johnson
Darius Johnson is a guy who will try and steal the slot role from Harry Douglas in camp this year. While he isn't likely to win the job, he has all the tools to be a dangerous slot option. If he can earn a spot on at least the practice squad, that will be a win for the former SMU Mustang.
89 Rashad Evans
Rashad Evans has speed and agility to be a threat as a return specialist. He doesn't provide much in the receiving game, but he could end up as a fifth wide receiver option if the Falcons go with that kind of package on the field on game days.