It has been a busy NFL offseason so far, with every team making moves in preparation for the draft at the end of this month. Some moves fill a minor hole or fix a small problem, but some signings and trades have the potential to be franchise-altering decisions.
This article will highlight the best move each of the 32 teams has made so far this offseason.
Arizona Cardinals — Signing G
Atlanta Falcons — Signed G
Baltimore Ravens — Signing WR
Jeremy Maclin and
Mike Wallace , walk in free agency and picked up a more consistent veteran in Crabtree. If
Joe Flacco can’t make it work with him in 2018, it may spell the end of an era in Baltimore.
Buffalo Bills — Trading up to Pick No. 12: Right now, the acquisition of defensive tackle
Star Lotulelei looks like Buffalo’s best offseason move, but they don’t seem to be done. After trading with the Bengals to move up to the 12th pick in this year’s draft, look for them to possibly use that pick to move up even further in the pecking order.
Carolina Panthers — Signing DT
Chicago Bears — Signing WR
Cincinnati Bengals — Trading for OT
Andy Dalton and the Bengals on offense last season. Cincinnati targeted this deficiency directly when they swung a trade for Glenn, who is a former second-round pick with 77 games worth of starting experience from his time with the Bills.
Cleveland Browns — Trading for QB
Dallas Cowboys — Signing WR
Dez Bryant issue, but the former 1,000-yard receiver does provide them with another set of hands for fledgling quarterback
Dak Prescott . If Prescott is to succeed as the starter in Dallas, he’s going to need all the help he can get.
Denver Broncos — Trading for S
Detroit Lions — Signing LB
Green Bay Packers — Signing TE
Aaron Rodgers was already the NFL’s single greatest playmaker at the quarterback position, and now the Packers have gifted him a 6-foot-7, 265-pound tight end in Graham. These two have the potential to turn Green Bay’s offense into an absolutely unstoppable force in 2018.
Houston Texans — Signing CB
Indianapolis Colts — Trading back from Pick No. 3: The third pick in this year’s draft will likely be used to select a quarterback, now that the Jets own it. The Colts still have faith in
Andrew Luck as their starter, so moving out of that spot made sense. Indianapolis can now rebuild around Luck with the sixth-overall pick, as well as the three second-round picks from New York (two this year, one next).
Jacksonville Jaguars — Signing G
Tom Coughlin takeover, the Jaguars have shown a commitment to building in the trenches on both sides of the ball. This continued during the 2018 offseason, when Jacksonville brought in arguably the best offensive lineman on the open market in Norwell.
Kansas City Chiefs — Trading for CB
Los Angeles Chargers — Signing C
Los Angeles Rams — Trading for CB
Miami Dolphins — Signing RB
Albert Wilson , who signed for $8 million/year.
Minnesota Vikings — Signing QB
New England Patriots — Trading for an additional 1st-round pick: It is a little odd to see the Patriots picking on Day 1 of the draft, considering the fact that they haven’t had a first-round pick since 2015. It’s even weirder to see them with two picks in the first round. The last time this happened (2012), New England selected a pair of Pro Bowlers in Chandler Jones and Dont’a Hightower.
New Orleans Saints — Re-signing QB
New York Giants — Trading for LB
New York Jets — Signing CB
Oakland Raiders — Signing LB
Jon Gruden has made a lot of moves but not many that have turned heads. The acquisition of wide receiver
Jordy Nelson was certainly Oakland’s splashiest signing, but Whitehead is younger, cheaper and will probably make a bigger impact.
Philadelphia Eagles — Re-signing LB
Pittsburgh Steelers — Signing S
San Francisco 49ers — Signing CB
Seattle Seahawks — Signing G
Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Traded for DE
Tennessee Titans — Signing CB
Logan Ryan in Tennessee, he has a an ideal opportunity to redeem himself from the infamous Super Bowl benching opposite a familiar playmaker.
Washington Redskins — Trading for QB
Kirk Cousins saga, solving a problem that once looked like it would have no end. This move allowed the Redskins to move freely into the future with a more certain salary-cap situation.
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