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Out of this mess Lowery, Bryant and Antone should be the top priority IMO .....

The Atlanta Falcons have 19 unrestricted free agents, one restricted free agent, and two exclusive-rights free agents as they enter the 2015 offseason. The new league year opens at 4 p.m. ET March 10, when unrestricted free agents can sign with any team.

Here’s a list of the Falcons unrestricted and restricted free agents:

Unrestricted:
T.J. Yates, quarterback
Jacquizz Rodgers, running back
Antone Smith, running back
Eric Weems, receiver
Bear Pascoe, tight end
Osi Umenyiora, defensive
Kroy Biermann, outside linebacker/defensive end
Cliff Matthews, defensive lineman
Corey Peters, defensive tackle
Sean Weatherspoon, linebacker
Mike Johnson, offensive lineman
Gabe Carimi, offensive lineman
Jonathan Scott, offensive lineman
Robert McClain, cornerback
Josh Wilson, cornerback
Charles Godfrey, safety
Javier Arenas, cornerback
Dwight Lowery, safety
Matt Bryant, kicker

Restricted:
Drew Davis, wide receiver

Exclusive rights:
Patrick DiMarco, fullback
Nate Stupar, linebacker

http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/157498/2015-atlanta-falcons-free-agents

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Bryant and Smith are two guys we must bring back.

Lowery, Peters, and Weems should be the next priorities.

Wouldn't mind Wilson and Spoon on a 1 year deal.

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Out of this mess Lowery, Bryant and Antone should be the top priority IMO .....

The Atlanta Falcons have 19 unrestricted free agents, one restricted free agent, and two exclusive-rights free agents as they enter the 2015 offseason. The new league year opens at 4 p.m. ET March 10, when unrestricted free agents can sign with any team.

Here’s a list of the Falcons unrestricted and restricted free agents:

Unrestricted:

T.J. Yates, quarterback

Jacquizz Rodgers, running back

Antone Smith, running back

Eric Weems, receiver

Bear Pascoe, tight end

Osi Umenyiora, defensive

Kroy Biermann, outside linebacker/defensive end

Cliff Matthews, defensive lineman

Corey Peters, defensive tackle

Sean Weatherspoon, linebacker

Mike Johnson, offensive lineman

Gabe Carimi, offensive lineman

Jonathan Scott, offensive lineman

Robert McClain, cornerback

Josh Wilson, cornerback

Charles Godfrey, safety

Javier Arenas, cornerback

Dwight Lowery, safety

Matt Bryant, kicker

Restricted:

Drew Davis, wide receiver

Exclusive rights:

Patrick DiMarco, fullback

Nate Stupar, linebacker

http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/157498/2015-atlanta-falcons-free-agents

Keep:

Wilson

Lowery

Arenas

Peters

Rodgers

Antone Smith

Sign Spoon to vet min. prove it contract and let the rest walk.

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lowery should be a absolute last resort. but with all the holes we have, we might have to deal with him. hopefully it's another 1 year deal.

"Deal with him?" Lowery was one of our most consistent and versatile players all season. He provided run support, covered guys in the slot, played centerfield, and produced turnovers, all while there was a revolving door at the safety spot next to him.

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McClain should be resigned but I know he's going to want to be shopped around as well to gauge his market value. Lowery is so underrated. He should be resigned.

Lowery is a MUST sign IMO. He was very solid last year and will not break the bank, no need to go FA for FS when we need to go balls to the wall for pass rushers. And Southward is not near ready ......

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With the emergence of South and Ish,the new staff may choose to part ways with the seasoned Vet. They both proved to play just fine down the stretch.... Their isn't many on that list I would resign other run obvious need for back ups, Peters,Spoon,Bryant and McClain will prob be the ones we focus on resigning,everyone else may be on 1yr deals or just may walk

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"Deal with him?" Lowery was one of our most consistent and versatile players all season. He provided run support, covered guys in the slot, played centerfield, and produced turnovers, all while there was a revolving door at the safety spot next to him.

we're making heroes out of the best players from our awful defense I guess

lowery is horrible in coverage, one of the worst in the league. he's barely decent against the run. he's not one of the worst tacklers, but he's close.

we had the worst pass defense in the league. lol. why do we keep making a case for the players who were out there on the field causing the problems?

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we're making heroes out of the best players from our awful defense I guess

lowery is horrible in coverage, one of the worst in the league. he's barely decent against the run. he's not one of the worst tacklers, but he's close.

we had the worst pass defense in the league. lol. why do we keep making a case for the players who were out there on the field causing the problems?

You and I watched different players this season. He's not Ed Reed, but he was solid.

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