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Peter Konz has been nothing but a disappointment since he's been drafted. He's been a poor fit at right guard and even worse at center. Konz is a legitimate option for another team's center role, as he could fit in well for a zone-blocking scheme.
He played in a zone-blocking scheme flanked by two excellent guards at Wisconsin. A return to that type of situation will only be beneficial to Konz. Atlanta could possibly get a third- or fourth-round selection in an ideal scenario for Konz.
With that pick and the open spot at center, Atlanta could bring back Joe Hawley to be the starter. On top of that, it would be able to use that third- or fourth-round pick on a versatile offensive lineman that could provide depth along the entire line or even compete for another one of the starting roles.
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Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He covers the Atlanta Falcons, College Football, NFL and the NFL draft. He also runs DraftFalcons.com.