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Starks suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in last season’s first-round playoff loss to Denver and is still rehabilitating. Although well-liked by team management, Starks may no longer have a spot with the Steelers once he is fully recovered. Mike Adams, the 2012 second-round draft pick, is the new projected starter. NFL Future:
If he receives a clean bill of health, Starks will become the top available left tackle. Atlanta should take a long look at Starks, who has 80 starts in eight NFL seasons. The Falcons have the league’s shakiest left-tackle situation with Sam Baker, Will Svitek and rookie Lamar Holmes set to compete for the starting spot in training camp. - Alex Marvez
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