Tevin Coleman may very well end up being a massive steal. He was a third-round pick by the Falcons but has the potential to show up like a first or second-rounder, no question. As for what to expect from Coleman, well, that truly depends on how the training camp battle with Devonta Freeman plays out. Freeman will get his fair share of touches, so something around 700 yards and four touchdowns isn't unrealistic.
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Justin Hardy is the real dark horse of this wide receiver group. Not only does the team have another addition who we'll talk about next, but it also has Julio Jones, Roddy White and Devin Hester. The key here is that the Falcons parted ways with Harry Douglas this offseason, leaving a hole in the offense. Is Hardy the man to take over as the No. 3 receiver? If so, he could grow to become a favorite option for Matt Ryan. This makes Hardy a bit of a wild card, but if he can consistently see the field he'll be able to put up numbers slightly less than what Douglas produced last season (51 receptions, 556 yards and two touchdowns). Something around 35 receptions for 400 yards and two scores seems realistic.
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The battle for the No. 3 wide out will really come down to Hankerson against Hardy. Hankerson missed all of last season, but was productive in 10 games during 2013, catching 30 balls for 375 yards and three touchdowns. He's struggled a bit throughout his career with injuries, but if he can stay on the field he could become an interesting contributor for the Falcons. Expect Hardy to win the No. 3 job, meaning that Hankerson winds up not seeing a ton of time at receiver.
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The Falcons needed to find the answer at tight end, and they're hoping they've done just that with former Denver Bronco Jacob Tamme. Tamme's best two seasons of his career came in 2010 with the Indianapolis Colts and 2012 with the Broncos. In 2010 he caught 67 passes for 631 yards and four touchdowns, while catching 52 balls for 555 yards and two touchdowns in 2012. Expect the 30-year-old tight end to win the starting job in Atlanta and wind up catching somewhere around 50 passes for 525 yards and three touchdowns. It's going to be very interesting to see how Matt Ryan does with a strong receiving option at tight end for the first time since Tony Gonzalez left.
Tony Moeaki showed some serious upside as a rookie with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2010, catching 47 balls for 556 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games. After that came a big drop for the young tight end. Moeaki was brought in to compete with Tamme and Levine Toilolo for playing time. While he could beat out Toilolo, don't expect him to beat out Tamme. He'll see sporadic playing time, but unless he really surprises us and jumps above Tamme, he's going to be looking at an average of maybe one catch per game, probably at best.