Richard Seymour holds talks with NFC Champions over a potential free agency move this summer.
The Atlanta Falcons are looking to bolster their defensive line options by bringing in experienced defensive tackle Richard Seymour, who is currently a free agent after being released by the Oakland Raiders this year.
NFL.com have reported that the two parties have begun contract discussions, and a deal could be near by the end of May.
The move is a clever one by GM Thomas Dimitroff, that will only help bolster a defensive line which lacks real experience, particularly on the interior.
After the release of Vance Walker, it left just Corey Peters and Peria Jerry as the only two recognised defensive tackles, both more suite to stopping the run.
Seymour has plied his trade as an excellent pass rusher up the middle, and joining a system that will let him have free reign of attacking the QB on nearly every play will see him flourish on a very strong Falcons team next season.