The Atlanta Falcons will need to rework their offensive line in the offseason and they will have plenty of big holes to fill. On top of searching for capable offensive tackles, the Falcons are expected to release guard Garrett Reynolds which will hurt their depth even more.
Reynolds started ten games for the Falcons in 2013, before losing his starting job in Week 12.
According to ESPN.com, the Falcons could look into Jon Asamoah of the Kansas City Chiefs as a potential replacement because of his relationship with new assistant general manager Scott Pioli, who drafted him in Kansas City.
Willie Colon, who is set to become a free agent in March, is also expected to get some consideration from Atlanta.