Trader Thomas. The Gambler. Monty Hall Jr.
Whatever you want to call him, Thomas Dimitroff clearly relishes his reputation on draft day.
The general manager of the Atlanta Falcons is always ready to make a deal.
This year is no different.
Dimitroff is positioned for another busy draft, holding the 30th overall pick and plenty of extra selections in the later rounds to restock the roster of a team that came up just one win shy of the Super Bowl last season.
''We're going to be active,'' Dimitroff vowed. ''Now, active might be up, down or around. But we're definitely looking to continue bolstering this roster. There's still places on the roster we can continue to build up in order to help us achieve the ultimate goal we want here.''
The Falcons, once a perennial doormat, have become one of the NFL's winningest franchises since Dimitroff took over as GM and Mike Smith was hired as coach in 2008. Under that duo, Atlanta has put together five straight winning seasons, four playoff ...