The Atlanta Falcons did something that they haven't done since 2008 this offseason. They actually went out and signed quite a few free agents instead of sitting idly by just re-signing their own guys. And they will be a much better team because of it.
They didn't sign many starters and looked to build depth through free agency. There are still needs for Atlanta to address heading into the draft and late free-agency periods in free safety, pass-rusher, left tackle and starting tight end.
However, in looking over their current free-agent crop, Atlanta has quite a bit of impact that it will pull out of its free-agency class. At the very worst, depth on the front lines has improved drastically.