As the Falcons' 2019 season comes to a close, it's time to take a look towards the future.
With free agency and the NFL Draft a few months away, Atlanta's roster will have turnover.
Here's a look at who is set to become an unrestricted free agent when the new league year begins on March 18th. An unrestricted free agent is someone who has played four or more seasons when their contract has expired. When the new league year begins unrestricted free agents are able to sign with any NFL team.
- Vic Beasley (The Falcons have announced they will not pursue contract talks with Beasley when the new league year begins)
- Jack Crawford
- Matt Bosher
- Adrian Clayborn
- Kemal Ishmael
- J.J. Wilcox
- Kenjon Barner
- Justin Hardy
- Blidi Wreh-Wilson
- John Cyprien
- Austin Hooper (The Falcons have announced they will let Hooper hit the market)
- Ra'Shede Hageman
- De'Vondre Campbell (The Falcons have announced they will let Campbell hit the market)
- Sharrod Neasman
- Wes Schweitzer (The Falcons have announced they will let Schweitzer hit the market)
- Matt Simms
- Jamar Taylor
- Michael Bennett
The following players are restricted free agents – someone who has played for three seasons. Teams have different tender options they can place on restricted free agents: First-round, second-round or an original round tender.