The Atlanta Falcons were busy on Friday taking care of one of their own.
McClain, 25, started five games for the Falcons last season and recorded 55 tackles, a pair of forced fumbles, and five passes defended.
Pro Football Focus ranked McClain as the No. 61 cornerback out of 110 qualifiers.
McClain seems to be enough of a quality player to compete for snaps as a nickel back or jump back in the starting lineup in a pinch.
The 25-year old McClain was a seventh round pick of the Carolina Panthers in 2010.
He played in all 16 games as a rookie with the Panthers, recording 14 tackles, but proved to be a solid contributor during his first year in Atlanta in 2011 where he appeared in 15 games, making 53 tackles while breaking up 10 passes.
The U Conn product showed some versatility in college as in addition to being a solid corner, also returned punts and kicks for the Huskies, where he was a co-captain in 2009 and was selected as All-Big East Second Team cornerback.
Had McClain tested the market and signed an offer sheet with another team, the falcons would have had the right to match.