With full-blown free agency looming, the Falcons have stayed close to their plan to sign their own players.

On Saturday, they reached terms with safety William Moore and right guard Garrett Reynolds.

Moore agreed to a five-year, $30 million contract, with $14 million guaranteed. Terms for Reynolds’ deal were undisclosed.

“It’s a relief,” Moore said. “That was my ultimate goal, to continue to be here in Atlanta and try to get to the Super Bowl. I’m very pleased with the negotiations.”

The deal can’t be made official until Tuesday, when the NFL’s new year begins.

Moore, who turns 28 in May, was drafted in the second round (55th overall) of the 2009 draft, but missed most of his rookie season with knee and hamstring injuries.