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The Atlanta Falcons were very active in the 2013 NFL draft. While they headed in with 11 picks, they wound up using only eight of them after trades and the like.
Atlanta decided to go with the "take two of each" method in order to improve their depth on defense. They got Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford at cornerback, Kemal Ishmael and Zeke Motta at safety and Stansly Maponga and Malliciah Goodman at defensive end.
They also brought in a backup quarterback and tight end through the draft, and that's not including the 20-plus undrafted free agents the team brought in this offseason.
For the complete breakdown of the Falcons' draft picks and undrafted free agents, click here.