Before the regular season starts, possibly. Before training camp, probably not.
Given the Falcons normal MO, they will likely allow the young guys (Winterswyk, Gallarda, & Nissley) to compete and if they feel they need to make a move, they will do so midway through August. And even if so, my expectation will be that'll be another mid-level veteran similar to Reggie Kelly that can function primarily as a blocker.
As for the No. 4 WR, the Falcons appear to be looking for a replacement for Eric Weems, and likely will give guys like UDFAs Cody Pearcy, James Rodgers a chance to win the KOR duties. And if Kerry Meier or Kevin Cone step up and make real strides on offense they could potentially fill that spot. But no, I don't think we'll make any changes there unless there are injuries, or the KO return situation looks dire. And even then it's probably just going to be a guy like a Courtney Roby to serve primarily as a KOR.
It's a much easier pill to swallow when you just accept incompetence.
I'm leaning that way after the last two offseasons. Just disappoints me since it was the first regime I thought finally "got it."
They just obviously need a 6'2ish inside guy, who can go outside if there's an injury. Right now, with injury, we have Roddy, HD, Meier. Wheeee. The good passing teams keep 5 deep at receiver (GB, NO, NE) for a reason.
I truly think this can be a legit top 5 offense with the seam busting TE, the lanky in the middle receiver, and a back who can catch.
Otherwise, we run basically a 2 WR, 1 slow TE attack. Very simple to defend. That only really works if the QB is a time buyer and/or excellent deep ball thrower. Hmmmmm