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Atlanta Falcons Free Agents 2014 League Year and Free Agency period officially begins at 4:00 p.m. EST. on March 11, 2014 Chase Coffman, TESean Locklear, OLJeremy Trueblood, OLJoe Hawley, OLJonathan Babineaux, DTPeria Jerry, DT Corey Peters, DTOmar Gaither, LBDominique Franks, CB
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