The Falcons made a mega deal - a 5-for-1 trade with Cleveland - to move up 21 spots to select wide receiver Julio Jones last April.
Because they don't have picks in the first and fourth rounds of the 2012 draft, they must be prudent in order to fulfill some of their needs.
Their first pick will be the 55th pick overall in the second round and they will look to add either a versatile offensive lineman or a defensive end to help with their anemic pass rush.
They are looking for a tackle that can play both sides or either a tackle with the potential to swing inside to guard. The Falcons believe that quarterback Matt Ryan was under too much duress and took too many hits last season.
"The key to acquiring offensive linemen in today's world is versatility," Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said. "Versatility, versatility, versatility, if you can get a tackle that can play both tackles and possibly swing to guard it is a very, very important thing."