The free-agent frenzy – at least the first wave – has slowed down some. The combine and most of the major college pro days are over, too. While teams are careful not to tip their hands regarding their move future moves and picks, the picture for most teams heading into the NFL Draft on April 25 is starting to come into focus. And that goes for the Atlanta Falcons, too. The Falcons have been active early on in free agency, signing two guards to shore up the interior of that offensive line. As anyone who follows the Falcons knows, their biggest needs heading into the offseason remain along the offensive and defensive lines.