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2011 NFL Offseason: Atlanta Falcons

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2011 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
DE Ray Edwards.
Early Draft Picks:
WR Julio Jones, LB Akeem Dent, RB Jacquizz Rodgers, P Matt Bosher.
Offseason Losses:
RB Jerious Norwood, WR Michael Jenkins, G Harvey Dahl, DE Jamaal Anderson, CB Brian Williams, SS Erik Coleman, P Michael Koenen.

2011 Atlanta Falcons Offense:
The Falcons are finally making the switch from a run-oriented attack to a aerial-based offense. It's about time.

Matt Ryan is entering his fourth NFL campaign, and he's seasoned enough to carry the offense on his shoulders. Watching Michael Turner rush for four yards or fewer per attempt in the final six weeks of the 2010 season must have been agonizing for general manager Thomas Dimitroff, because he packaged most of his 2011 NFL Draft selections, as well as his 2012 first-rounder to move up for Julio Jones.

It was a lot to give up for Jones, but the Falcons wouldn't have found such a skilled weapon for Ryan elsewhere this offseason. The monstrous 6-3, 220-pound Jones is having a phenomenal training camp, and will make defenses think twice before doubling Roddy White this year. Jones will also serve as a very effective end-zone target, taking some of the onus away from severely declining Tony Gonzalez. Gonzalez is coming back for one more season for a chance to win the first playoff game of his career, but he really has nothing left in the tank.

Having Jones and White on the field will also provide a boost for Atlanta's ground attack. Not only will the two stud wideouts keep defenses honest; Jones happens to be a tremendous run-blocker. Even if Turner still runs sluggishly coming off groin surgery, he'll automatically improve his numbers because of the Falcons' rookie wideout.

Keeping Turner healthy will be easier said than done. Forget the groin surgery for a second; Turner has led the NFL in carries two of the past three years, so he's automatically a major injury risk. It's safe to say that Jason Snelling will start a handful of games for Atlanta.

The Falcons' greatest concern this offseason wasn't improving the pass rush or finding an elite No. 2 weapon for Ryan; it was retaining their offensive line. Three linemen, right guard Harvey Dahl, left guard Justin Blalock and right tackle Tyson Clabo, were all free agents entering the offseason. Fortunately, Dimitroff was able to keep two of them, letting only the former slip away to St. Louis.

With that in mind, Atlanta should still have a very good offensive line, though the left tackle position is a concern because Sam Baker was guilty of 10 sacks and eight penalties in 2010. The right guard slot is also a big question mark. Garrett Reynolds, currently the favorite to start, has played in only four NFL games in his 2-year career.

2011 Atlanta Falcons Defense:
Smart teams like the Colts, Packers, Steelers and Patriots firmly believe in building through the draft. Thomas Dimitroff has employed the same strategy, albeit with a twist. In each of his offseasons, he has acquired one key player via free agency or trade. In 2008, it was Michael Turner. The year after, Tony Gonzalez. Last offseason, it was cornerback Dunta Robinson. Once the lockout was lifted, Dimitroff made sure he upgraded his pass rush by inking left end Ray Edwards to a relatively cheap 5-year, $30 million contract.

The market was surprisingly soft for Edwards despite the fact that he has registered 16.5 sacks in the past two seasons. The concern with him was that he benefited from having Jared Allen and Kevin Williams on the same defensive front. That's fair, but the teams playing Atlanta will also have to worry about John Abraham and his 13 sacks, as well as third-down specialist Kroy Biermann, an effective pass-rusher. The only possible issue here is that Abraham turned 33 in May, so a decline is possible.

Atlanta is also strong in the interior of its defensive front. Jonathan Babineaux is very good at collapsing the pocket, as he registered five sacks (one in the playoffs), which is a substantial number for a player at his position. The mediocre Corey Peters is currently penciled into the lineup next to Babineaux, but that could quickly change because 2009 first-rounder Peria Jerry is having a phenomenal training camp. Jerry suffered an ACL tear as a rookie, but finally appears to be healthy.

An improved pass rush is exactly what the Falcons need after getting torched by Aaron Rodgers in the playoffs. With Edwards at left end and Jerry finally healthy, it's unlikely that Rodgers would be able to compile 366 yards in a meeting with the Falcons again.

Robinson had a decent 2010 campaign, but the star of Atlanta's secondary was Brent Grimes, who permitted a sterling 50.4 completion percentage to the receivers he was covering.

Free safety Thomas DeCould is solid, but unspectacular. Two areas of concern in the Falcons' secondary are at strong safety and nickel corner. William Moore, manning the former position, was absolutely abysmal in the aforementioned loss to Green Bay. Chris Owens was equally as bad, and then went on to get himself into trouble when he was investigated for allegedly trashing his girlfriend's apartment this summer.

Perhaps making up for the two holes in the secondary, the Falcons have a pretty strong linebacking corps, led by the man in the middle, Curtis Lofton. Lofton had a down year following a great 2009 campaign, but that was because he was battling nagging injuries all season. Weakside linebacker Sean Weatherspoon was banged up as well, and like Lofton, he figures to be much better in 2011. Last but not least is Stephen Nicholas, who signed a well-deserved 5-year, $17.5 million contract this offseason.

2011 Atlanta Falcons Schedule and Intangibles:
In three seasons, Matt Ryan is 20-3 in the Georgia Dome. That's an impressive record on paper, but it didn't seem to matter much when the Packers waltzed into the Falcons' house and slaughtered them, 48-21.

Eric Weems was one of the league's top return specialists, scoring once on kickoffs and once on a punt return. He averaged 12.8 and 27.5 yards on each, respectively. The Falcons covered kickoffs and punts well, though they did surrender one in the former department.

Matt Bryant proved to be a reliable kicker for Atlanta last year, hitting 28-of-31 attempts, including 8-of-10 from 40-49 and 1-of-1 from 50-plus.

The Buccaneers overpaid for punter Michael Koenen in what was described as a "Millen on Millen Man Sex" contract in the free agency section. With that in mind, the Falcons will have to start rookie Matt Bosher at the position.

Atlanta has a brutal schedule. Four of its first five opponents were 10-6 or better last year: Chicago, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay and Green Bay. Later in the year, Ryan and company will have to deal with up-and-coming Detroit (road), Indianapolis (road) and Houston (road). Oh, and the Falcons have to battle the Saints twice.

2011 Atlanta Falcons Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Offensive Line
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams

2011 Atlanta Falcons Analysis: The Falcons have a taxing schedule, but they have the elite talent and continuity in a shortened offseason (most of the players and coaches were retained) to make a Super Bowl run. Despite playing in a brutal NFC South, they have to be considered one of the conference favorites.

Projection: 11-5 (Tied 2nd in NFC South)

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Robert 08-13-2011 07:54 pm (total posts: 1)
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How can our runningbacks be a 2star, thats disgraceful... Turner, Snelling and Rodgers make one the best trios in the NFL, change it to a 4 star before you embarrass yourself further
A fan 08-13-2011 01:18 am (total posts: 1)
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Not a lot of Falcons fans I guess... Oh well. I really agree with this analysis. If someone steps up at safety, I think they can make a run.
smokey joe 08-06-2011 10:26 pm (total posts: 1)
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Jones was a game changer at alabama.should open the offense up a lot.ima fan of the move.when you have a pretty good team u can afford to do deals like that
Svtcobra 07-26-2011 09:44 am (total posts: 1)
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I agree with walt, the falcons gave up WAY to much to aquire a WR that is a good not great player, while I don't think he will be an out right draft bust, I do believe he won't live up to what the falcons gave up two firsts a second and two fourths? That's ridiculous
Manguy 05-06-2011 10:24 am (total posts: 19)
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The main problem with the pass rush last season was how sloppy the defense as a whole was tackling. Just look at the playoff game against the Packers: They constantly had pressure on Rodgers yet they never seemed capable of bringing him down. What the defense needs to do is go back to the basics to make more sound tackles.

The experts can cry all they want about the Falcons front office not agreeing with them but adding a rookie DE was not going to solve the pass rush problems as opposed to adding a rookie WR potentially being able to not only solve the problems on offense but make it one of the most dangerous offenses in the league.
The Seer 05-06-2011 12:59 am (total posts: 1)
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Not a Falcon fan but it seems that all I had been hearing for the past couple years is how they needed to upgrade their pass rush. Clearly it isn't much of a priority baased on the past 2 drafts. I look for the Saints to go 2-0 vs the birds this year.
Phillip 05-05-2011 04:15 pm (total posts: 3)
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that is true Manguy. The draft that yielded Matt Ryan, Sam Baker, Curtis Lofton, Thomas DeCoud & Kroy Bierrman - Walter ripped that draft to shreds....How many other GMs do you think drafted 5 starters in that draft?
Manguy 05-04-2011 07:25 pm (total posts: 19)
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Take Walter's draft grade with a grain of salt. He's given all of TD's drafts a C except for one A which was for, ironically, the worst draft he had.
Phillip 05-04-2011 04:09 pm (total posts: 3)
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I liked the aggressive move up to #6 - just wished it would have landed A.J. Green over Juio. I just believe both will be very good but A.J. has the higher ceiling. Having said that, it was a good move for the Falcons. Did they give up about one 4th round pick too much? Yeah, but that is quibbling on the margins.

Agree w/ the rest of the individual draft grades. I would have given the Julio pick a "B" grade and the overall Falcons grade a "B".
Falconian 05-02-2011 11:59 pm (total posts: 1)
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The developmental qb is Parker-Wilson and they will resign at least Dahl..Clabo is not that good and blalock shows lots of holes in pass coverage..alot. The o-line problem isnt so bad..and maybe bosher will become the next great punter..who knows
in TD we trust
Epitome of hyberbole 05-02-2011 08:27 pm (total posts: 3)
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If you give the individual pick grades a numerical value (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1) and average them, you get an overall grade of B. So go ahead and change that for me... preesh.
Thomas 05-02-2011 01:40 pm (total posts: 1)
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Let's face it at the pace that the Falcons are winning right now, it's a reason that they are picking at number 27th. It is highly unlikely that we are going to be picking in the top 20 next year either. Theres a reason why you pick 27th each year. You're to good to get the top talent in the draft. And as for right now, if you've seen any amount of Falcons football you will see how the elite teams would double Roddy and dare the rest of the receiving corps to beat them deep. Whatever we did not get in the draft then obviously we are going to try to get it in free agency. And you can bet there will be free agency, in whatever form it comes in. We have an owner that have a different mentality on owning a team than the Smiths'
In my opinion TD, did a great job of looking out for the present and future both age wise and financially.

Go Falcons...
Re: UFA End of Worlder 05-02-2011 12:40 pm (total posts: 4)
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Are you even aware of what the Atlanta Falcons' cap space is? Come back if you know what you're talking about.

Answer: Enough cap.

Lance 05-01-2011 09:43 pm (total posts: 19)
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I like how big draft day trades brings out the alarmists. I also like how everyone points to the playoff game against Green Bay and immediately thinks the Falcons defense is among the worst and needed the front office's entire focus during this draft. I'm not saying that their defense is as good, but you didn't see anyone saying the Steelers defense was horrendous when the Patriots crushed them last season. Plus, they overlook the fact of how badly that offense did in that game. They had, what? 200 total yards that game because Turner was exhausted after being overused throughout the season and Ryan had no one to throw to since White was blanketed throughout the game? The defense is young, about half of the starters only having a year or two of experience being starters, and has plenty of project players who should be ready by next season.

Did they give up a lot to get Jones? Yes, but considering they moved from the bottom of the 1st round to the top they gave up relatively little compared to what they probably should have traded away. In fact, they gave up a similar bounty to what the Saints traded away to move into the bottom of the 1st round to get Ingram with the only difference being the 4th rounders, which are typically just depth pieces or project players which the Falcons don't need any more of at the moment. Just look at what getting Jones could do for them:

Ryan has the deep threat he hasn't had since getting to Atlanta, White has an extremely good complement so he isn't constantly double or triple covered, the middle of the field opens up a bit more for the slot receivers and tight ends, and the box is less stuffed for Turner, Snelling, and now Rodgers so they can pick up more yards. By getting one player they can open up that offense a great deal more than what they had last season and make it much more dangerous, and it was a unit that people already didn't want to face.

Do they still have holes on defense? Yes. Just don't forget that free agency hasn't happened yet.
L0000ooooooo0000oooL 05-01-2011 09:32 pm (total posts: 1)
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Walt, do you even know anything about prospects? It doesn't appear as you do since you don't write any scouting reports on these guys and you base grades on where they we're projected to go. You completely ignore how the team drafts and how the player fits the scheme. All you do is look them up to see if it was a "reach" or a "steal". Newsflash, draft sites don't have inside info to reaches or steals. The board is what it is. GM's know where guys are supposed to go. This web site is such a joke. Seriously, I'd love to sit down with you and you tell me some things about Matthews and Jackson lolololol

2011 NFL Draft Grades:

Last year, the Chargers felt as if they were one player away from competing for the Super Bowl, so they traded up and drafted Ryan Mathews. This strategy backfired, as their poor depth translated into abysmal special teams play.

The Falcons better be careful. If they felt as if they were a receiver and a pass-rusher (Ray Edwards) away from being the top team in the league, they could struggle in 2011. Remember, while Julio Jones is very talented, he's only going to be rookie. Relying on him to be Matt Ryan's No. 2 target could have unfortunate consequences.

Look, I'm not saying Jones is going to bust or anything. It's just that I disagree with Atlanta spending all of its resources to get him. I hate that the Falcons surrendered a 2012 first-round pick. What if they have a plethora of injuries next year? They'll miss out on a top-20 prospect.

I liked four of Atlanta's five other selections, with the punter being the only outlier. But I'm going to penalize the Falcons for giving up way too much for a receiver who wasn't even the top player at his position in this draft class.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: C

2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

6. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
This grade may be adjusted in the future once I learn what they gave up to move to No. 6. Assuming they didn't surrender too much, I like the pick. I respect Thomas Dimitroff for moving up 21 picks to get a guy he really likes. Julio Jones fills a huge need in Atlanta's thin receiving corps.

Update: Atlanta gives up the No. 27 pick, a 2nd- and a 4th this year, and a 1st and a 4th next year. That's pretty insane. I'm not a fan of taking receivers very high unless you know you're getting a Calvin Johnson or Larry Fitzgerald. I don't think Jones is in that caliber. (Pick Grade: C)

91. Akeem Dent, LB, Georgia
A Mike Mayock favorite, Akeem Dent figures to help out at strongside linebacker. Dent fits the range as a late Round 3, early Round 4 prospect. I'm a bit disappointed that the Falcons failed to upgrade their pass rush, but maybe they're targeting Ray Edwards in free agency. (Pick Grade: B)

145. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State
This is going to be one of my favorite Day 3 selections. Jacquizz Rodgers could have easily been chosen in the third round. The Falcons absolutely had to acquire a No. 2 running back and a possible successor for Michael Turner. (Pick Grade: A)

192. Matt Bosher, P, Miami
A punter? I know it fills a need, but, bleh! (Pick Grade: D)

210. Andrew Jackson, G, Fresno State
Some insurance just in case the Falcons lose a couple of linemen in free agency. Andrew Jackson could have been drafted a round or two earlier than this, so this is a really good value pick. (Pick Grade: A)

230. Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina
Awesome pick. Cliff Matthews was supposed to go way earlier than this, so the Falcons are getting a major steal. Atlanta is expected to go after Ray Edwards. If they can't get him, Matthews is at least some insurance. (Pick Grade: A)

Season Summary:
The Falcons had a great regular season, earning a 13-3 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Unfortunately, they were exposed by the Packers as a bit of a farce, as Green Bay easily dispatched Atlanta, 48-21. The Falcons are a good team, but they weren't ready to win the Super Bowl just yet. They have a few things they need to fix.

Offseason Moves:
  • Falcons re-sign RB Jason Snelling
  • Falcons re-sign CB Brent Grimes
  • Rams sign RB Jerious Norwood
  • Colts sign DE/DT Jamaal Anderson
  • Falcons re-sign G Justin Blalock
  • Falcons re-sign WR/KR Eric Weems
  • Rams sign G Harvey Dahl
  • Falcons sign DE Ray Edwards
  • Falcons cut DE Jamaal Anderson
  • Falcons cut WR Michael Jenkins
  • Falcons re-sign OT Tyson Clabo
  • Buccaneers sign P Michael Koenen
  • Falcons re-sign K Matt Bryant
  • Falcons re-sign OLB Mike Peterson
  • Falcons re-sign OLB Stephen Nicholas
  • Falcons sign DE Ryan Winterswyk
  • Falcons tender CB Brent Grimes
  • Lions sign SS Erik Coleman
  • Falcons re-sign DT Trey Lewis
  • Falcons cut S Erik Coleman

    Offseason Needs:
    1. Two Wide Receivers: Michael Jenkins and Harry Douglas can't make plays. The Falcons desperately need to upgrade the receiver position. They may reach for Jonathan Baldwin or Torrey Smith with the 27th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Drafted Julio Jones

    2. Left Tackle: Sam Baker really struggled as Matt Ryan's blind-side protector this year. He belongs at right tackle, so Atlanta may use its first-round pick on someone like Anthony Castonzo or Derek Sherrod.

    3. Two Guards: Both starting guards - Justin Blalock and Harvey Dahl - are free agents this offseason. The Falcons must keep their starting front line intact. Re-signed Justin Blalock; drafted Andrew Jackson

    4. Strong Safety: William Moore sucked this year. He was torched in the playoff loss to Green Bay. An upgrade is desperately needed.

    5. Strongside Linebacker: If Atlanta doesn't retain Stephen Nicholas, it'll need a new strongside linebacker. Re-signed Stephen Nicholas; drafted Akeem Dent

    6. Nickel Cornerback: Brent Grimes and Dunta Robinson are set as starters, but the Falcons can't have an aging Brian Williams or pedestrian Christopher Owens manning the nickel position again next season.

    7. Tight End: Tony Gonzalez is coming back for one more year, but he's done. It's painful to watch him play. Atlanta should look for a young tight end in the middle of April's draft as a possible successor.

    8. Defensive End: John Abraham is coming off a 13-sack campaign, but he'll be a 33-year-old entering his contract season in 2011. How much more does he have left in the tank? Signed Ray Edwards and Ryan Winterswyk

    9. Running Back: Michael Turner led the NFL in carries last year, which does not bode well for his 2011 campaign. Re-signed Jason Snelling; drafted Jacquizz Rodgers; signed Noel Devine

    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Ray Edwards, DE, Vikings. Age: 26.
      Signed with Falcons (5 years)

      Ray Edwards had a tremendous year, registering eight sacks and shutting down the run on his side. The question remains: How will he fare without the opposition keying in on Jared Allen and Kevin Williams?

    2. Ryan Winterswyk, Boise State. Age: 24. -- Signed with Falcons

    Atlanta Falcons Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. Brent Grimes (RFA), CB, Falcons. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Falcons (1 year, $2.6 million)

      Brent Grimes really improved his game and emerged as Atlanta's best cornerback in 2010.

    2. Harvey Dahl, G, Falcons. Age: 30.
      Signed with Rams

      Arguably Atlanta's top offensive lineman, Harvey Dahl bounced back from an ankle injury that sidelined him for half the 2009 season. He's due for a big payday.

    3. Matt Bryant, K, Falcons. Age: 36.
      Re-signed with Falcons

      Matt Bryant enjoyed an unbelievable 2010 campaign, drilling 28-of-31 field goals. He was 9-of-11 from beyond 40.

    4. Tyson Clabo, OT, Falcons. Age: 29.
      Re-signed with Falcons (5 years)

      Tyson Clabo is a pretty decent right tackle, but a Pro Bowl appearance may inflate his market value.

    5. Eric Weems, KR, Falcons. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Falcons

      Listed at four stars for his special teams ability only, Eric Weems qualified for the Pro Bowl, thanks to a punt and a kickoff return for touchdowns. Weems averaged 27.5 yards on his kickoffs and 12.8 yards per punt return.

    6. Justin Blalock, G, Falcons. Age: 27.
      Re-signed with Falcons (6 years)

      An unspectacular, but solid starting left guard, Justin Blalock doesn't have any weaknesses in his game.

    7. Stephen Nicholas, OLB, Falcons. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Falcons (5 years, $17.5 million)

      Stephen Nicholas took over the starting strongside linebacker job in Week 4 and never looked back. He performed very well playing two downs for Atlanta.

    8. Jamaal Anderson, DE/DT, Falcons. Age: 25.
      Signed with Colts (1 year)

      Jamaal Anderson can't get to the quarterback, but is an excellent run defender. I'm ranking him relatively high because I think he could be a really good 5-technique in the 3-4.

    9. Jason Snelling, RB, Falcons. Age: 27.
      Re-signed with Falcons (1 year)

      A power back who doubles as a solid pass-catcher out of the backfield, Jason Snelling logged 44 receptions in 14 games this past season.

    10. Michael Koenen, P, Falcons. Age: 29.
      Signed with Buccaneers (6 years)

      Michael Koenen has a strong leg, so you have to wonder why his punting average was just 40.9 yards in 2010, with only 29 of his 74 attempts placed inside the 20.

    11. Brian Williams, CB, Falcons. Age: 32.
      Brian Williams was Atlanta's top corner last year, but suffered a season-ending injury in October. He did fine at nickel this season, but at 32, he's old and injury-prone.

    12. Mike Peterson, OLB, Falcons. Age: 35.
      Re-signed with Falcons

      Mike Peterson did a decent job for the Falcons last year at weakside linebacker, but he'll turn 35 in June.

    13. Michael Jenkins, WR, Falcons. Age: 29. -- Signed with Vikings (3 years)
    14. Jerious Norwood, RB, Falcons. Age: 28. -- Signed with Rams
    15. Erik Coleman, SS, Falcons. Age: 29. -- Signed with Lions (1 year)
    16. Vance Walker, DT, Falcons. Age: 24.
    17. Brian Finneran, WR, Falcons. Age: 35.
    18. Trey Lewis, DT, Falcons. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Falcons
    19. John Parker Wilson, QB, Falcons. Age: 25.

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    Divisional Rival History:
    Carolina Panthers: The host has won five of the past six meetings. Both games in 2010 were 31-10 in favor of Atlanta.
    New Orleans Saints: The Saints have won eight of 10 in this rivalry. New Orleans can thank Garrett Hartley for missing an overtime field goal during one of those two losses.
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Matt Ryan is 5-1 against the Buccaneers. Something tells me that Tampa Bay will beat him soon.

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