The Atlanta Falcons still have a few areas of concern depth wise, prior to the upcoming 2019 NFL season. There are still quality free agents that can help shore up those areas, should the team take care of some business.
The Atlanta Falcons have fixed depth issues at offensive line and defensive tackle, via the draft and free agency this offseason. Several pieces were added to the offensive line group. The most notable additions to the offensive line, were first round draft picks Chris Lindstrom and Kaleb Mcgary, along with free agent acquisitions Jamon Brown and James Carpenter. All you need to know about Lindstrom can be found by clicking here and the low down on Mcgary can be found here. Analysis of the Brown and Carpenter signings can be read in this article.
The defensive tackle position was mostly addressed in free agency, with the signing of run stopping defensive tackle Tyler Davison being the key acquisition. Davison was signed on a surprisingly low one year deal and is the favorite to start at the one technique defensive tackle position. For more on Davison check out this article. Ra’shede Hageman was bought back after legal issues kept him away from the game for two seasons. John Cominski from Charleston University is a 285 pound defensive end, that will be used at defensive tackle on passing downs as well. A wealth of information about Cominski is located in this article. Atlanta is also counting on 2018 third round pick Deadrin Senat to take his game to the next level. Read about how Senat is the x factor for the Atlanta defense in this article. Due to all of the mentioned moves, along with standout Grady Jarrett and pass rusher Jack Crawford, the Falcons certainly have depth at the position. The areas of concern for the Atlanta Falcons depth wise are cornerback, edge rusher and linebacker.