League transactions have slowed to a crawl, but a handful of teams continue to mine for help.
The Atlanta Falcons are hosting former Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson on Tuesday, according to ESPN.com's John Keim. A league source told Keim that Wilson previously met with the Lions on Monday, but that was before Detroit signed free-agent cover man Cassius Vaughn to a one-year contract.
Wilson started all 48 games for the Redskins over the past three seasons, but finished 2013 as the No. 80 player at his position, according to Pro Football Focus. He struggled in coverage and didn't stand out as strong run-defender.
The Falcons are in better shape at corner than they were last offseason. Second-year man Robert Alford is expected to slide into a starting role in 2014 across from Desmond Trufant, with Robert McClain penciled in at the slot.
In the latest edition of the "Around The League Podcast", the guys begin the offseason Roster Reset series with the AFC West and dive into the ATL mailbag..