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The Falcons are facing a lot of decisions this off-season and that starts with their 14 unrestricted free agents. We will go through them one by one and decide whether or not the Falcons should re-sign them. A lot of times it's not as easy as it looks as some decisions have more than just roster spot implications. We also have to think about the salary cap as it is expected to increase by just $200,000 this season.  The last time Sidbury made a play McNabb was still a thing.   Lawrence Sidbury, occasionally called Sid the Kid, was considered a great value pick for Atlanta at the end of the fourth after showing great athleticism at the combine. Sid ran a 4.53 40 at 266lbs, the best of any defensive lineman in 2009. Hopes were high for the raw defensive end but between four years, two defensive coordinators, and a lack of pass rushers opposite John Abraham, Sidbury struggled to get on the field.   Sid's stat line this year makes Ray Edwards look like...
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