Seattle got a top 5 safety at strong safety. Seattle has one of the leagues best secondaries. If they start the right defensive backs and they get two rookie starters with Darrell Taylor Jr. and L.J. Collier, then Seattle could wield a top 10 defense in 2020. The downside is they won't get to draft in the first round of the NFL Draft until 2023.
New York got two first round picks, a 2021 third round pick, and Bradley McDougald until Ashtyn Davis is ready to start. That's why I though the Jets got better value. Most safeties are worth one first round pick tops. So, to get a safety, two first round picks, and a third round pick is premium return.
July 15, 2020
Cleveland Browns: Re-Sign Myles Garrett RE 5-year $125-million dollar dealA+ Grade
Myles Garrett was the first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Myles Garrett is now the highest paid defensive player in the entire NFL. This contract is well deserved and I love how its structured like the Patrick Mahomes contract.
Tennessee Titans: Re-Sign Derrick Henry RB 4-year $50-million dollar dealB+ Grade
Derrick Henry led the NFL in rushing yards. As long as he continues to play at a high level he will continue to provide a security blanket for Tennessee's quarterback whether that be Ryan Tannehill, backup Cole McDonald, or a future draft pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL after winning MVP in his first season as a starter and winning Super Bowl 54 MVP before the age of 25-years-old, Kansas City had to keep their franchise quarterback happy. This is a fantastic signing for Kansas City as now the Chiefs are the team to beat in this division for the next decade. Steingberg Sports Agency with Leigh Steinberg and Chris Cabot also deserve major credit for re-negotiating this deal.
Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer both have the ceiling of backup quarterbacks. Cam Newton still has the ceiling of a borderline starter. If one NFL team can revive Cam Newton's NFL career it's the New England Patriots. Cam can earn up to $7.5-million, but New England will only pay $1,137,500 against the salary cap for Cam's one-year prove it deal. That's assuming he makes the roster. Cam only receives $550,000 if he's cut in the preseason.
New Orleans has their entire offensive line from last season back. Left tackle Terron Armstead and wide receiver Michael Thomas took paycuts to make sure Peat returned. New Orleans gets an A+ for their unselfishness.
New Orleans got Emmanuel Sanders as a #2 wide receiver next to Michael Thomas. Sanders showed he could be a number one guy in San Francisco and now he gets to play next to someone who may be the NFL's best receiver in Michael Thomas.
Denver Broncos: Sign Melvin Gordon RB 2-year $16-million dollar dealA+ Grade
Denver now has Phillip Lindsay, Melvin Gordon, and Royce Freeman. The Broncos replaced Devontae Booker with Melvin Gordon while stealing a running back from a division rival. The Denver Broncos get an A+ grade for that.
Philadelphia traded a 2020 third round pick at pick 85 to Detroit for Darius Slay. Slay will replace Ronald Darby and the Eagles will have the rest of their cornerbacks from last season back meaning cornerback will not be an issue for Philadelphia in the draft now.
Detroit now has a second third round pick at 85. Darius Slay deserves more than this, but this is the best Detroit could get for him. I can kind of see how the Lions got jipped in this trade with the Eagles though.
Cleveland Browns: Sign Kevin Johnson CB to 1-year $3.5-million dollar dealA- Grade
Cleveland needed a nickel cornerback next to Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams. Getting Kevin Johnson as a nickel cornerback on a one-year prove it deal could pay off if Johnson stays healthy in 2020. He had injury issues in Houston, but stayed healthy as a nickel cornerback in Buffalo this past season.
Cleveland Browns: Sign Andrew Billings DT to 1-year $3.5-million dollar dealB+ Grade
Cleveland had Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi. Now they get Andrew Billings as a 4-3 defensive tackle for depth.
Detroit replaced former Patriot strong safety Tavon Wilson with Duron Harmon. Harmon is an upgrade over Wilson, but I feel like someone like Isaiah Simmons out of Clemson would provide way more upside as a strong safety.
The New Orleans Saints replaced Von Bell with Malcolm Jenkins. Safeties Von Bell and Marcus Williams were good, but both proved to be liabilities in the playoffs Malcolm Jenkins will bring a presence to this New Orleans Saints secondary since he was the free safety on their Super Bowl 44 team as well as the starting free safety on the Eagles Super Bowl 52 team.
Los Angeles Rams: Re-Sign Andrew Whitworth LT 3-year $30-million dollar dealA Grade
The Los Angeles Rams needed Andrew Whitworth back. This was a good re-signing for the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams gave up more sacks than any NFL team which is why even this re-signing does not get an A+ grade.
Good signing. Gerald McCoy as a 4-3 defensive tackle gets an A grade and Gerald McCoy as a 4-3 right end gets a C grade. This singing warrants a B grade and if McCoy is playing inside at defensive tackle replacing Maleik Collins, then this is a good pickup.
Buffalo Bills: Sign A.J. Klein ROLB 3-year $18-million dollar dealD Grade
A.J. Klein is a huge downgrade over Lorenzo Alexander last years starting 4-3 right outside linebacker who opted to retire. Buffalo addressed every area except this one area through Free Agency.
Atlanta Falcons: Sign Dante Fowler Jr. ROLB 3-year $15-million dollar dealA Grade
Atlanta overpaid for Dante Fowler Jr. He is coming off a big season and embarrassed Atlanta's offensive line in the Rams road win in Atlanta. This was a guy Atlanta wanted to make a big push for and there were rumors about him going to Atlanta prior to Free Agency which turned out to be completely legitimate.
Chicago Bears: Sign Jimmy Graham TE 2-year $16-million dollar dealA+ Grade
The Chicago Bears get Jimmy Graham from the Green Bay Packers for next to nothing. This is a great addition to Chicago.
Seattle got a solid right tackle for next to nothing. However, there are guys in the 2020 NFL Draft that are upgrades over Shell.
Seattle Seahawks: Sign Cedric Ogbuhei RT 1-year $3.3 million dollar dealB- Grade
Seattle got a swing tackle for next to nothing. I still think Seattle will draft an offensive tackle at some point, potentially in the first round. Seattle will groom him for the future as Duane Brown's successor. I do not see them drafting an immediate starter at offensive tackle after the moves they made in Free Agency.
Detroit Lions: Sign Desmond Trufant 2-year $21-million dollar dealA Grade
Desmond Trufant can do what Darius Slay does for a much cheaper cost when healthy. There is a reason Trufant was a 2013 first round pick and Slay fell to the second round. If Trufant didn't miss most of 2019 with injuries this would easily be an A+ grade.
Detroit Lions: Sign Danny Shelton 2-year $8-million dollar dealB+ Grade
Danny Shelton struggled in the playoffs for New England. Detroit is deseprate to land a starting 4-3 defensive tackle and a 3-4 nose tackle, but I did not think they would consider Danny Shelton here.
Los Angeles deserves an A grade, but Chris Harris Jr. deserves a C grade which is why this averages to a B grade. Chris Harris Jr. turned down a 3-year $36-million dollar deal with Denver thinking he could get more than that only to only come away with $8.5-million per year on the Chargers.
Los Angeles deserves an A grade. They replaced Brandon Mebane with Linval Joseph. Joseph is better so I like this move.
New York Giants: Sign Cameron Fleming RT 1-year $4-million dollar dealB Grade
The Giants got a good backup right tackle in Cameron Flemming. This is a solid signing because if the Giants ignore right tackle to take the best player on the board, than Flemming could push their second round rookie for the right tackle job. Flemming is not a good starter, but former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett who is now the New York Giants offensive coordinator is familiar with Flemming in Dallas.
Jacksonville paid big for Joe Schobert. Myles Jack will move to 4-3 right outside linebacker where Telvin Smith used to play since Jack can play any of the three 4-3 linebacker spots. I like this signing a lot, but not enough to hand the Jaguars an A+ grade.
Las Vegas signed Corey Littleton. This is a solid move, but drafting Kenneth Murray or Patrick Queen would have been better. I understand that the Raiders need multiple wide receivers plus a number one field cornerback even though they got Trayvon Mullen in the boundary spot and Eli Apple ready to play nickel.
Buffalo Bills: Re-Sign Jordan Poyer FS 2-year $19.5-million dollar dealA Grade
Buffalo got Jordan Poyer extended. Very strong re-signing by Buffalo.
New York Jets: Sign Connor McGovern C 3-year $27-million dollar dealA Grade
New York signed Connor McGovern to replace Ryan Kalil. New York obviously now has a good starting center.
New York Jets: Re-Sign Alex Lewis LG 3-year $18.6-million dollar dealD Grade
New York has Alex Lewis at left guard with Brian Winters at right guard along with Chuma Edoga taking over at right tackle for Brandon Shell. Your left tackle Kelvin Beachum is a Free Agent and you decide to re-sign Alex Lewis first after he came in and took over for Kelechi Osmele in a year where you can get a good guard in the 2020 NFL Draft as an immediate starter or move Edoga to guard by getting an offensive tackle to compliment Kelvin Beachum after Edoga surrendered 7 sacks in 8 starts. Now you do not have a left tackle if Beachum does not return and you will need a right tackle in 2021 if Chuma Edoga sucks in 2020. It's front office moves like this that will cause Sam Darnold to continue to see ghosts like Pacman.
Carolina cut Eric Reid and extended Boston. This baffles me since I felt like Reid was the better safety on the Panthers. Yes, the Panthers paid Boston next to nothing, but they extended the worse of the two safeties which is why Carolina gets a C grade.
Trae Waynes was a boundary cornerback on the outside next to Xavier Rhodes. Now he will be a nickel cornerback in Cincinnati with Dre Kirkpatrick and William Jackson III on the outside. I really like the fit that Waynes provides for the Bengals here. At the same time, paying Waynes $14-million per season is fiscally irresponsible which is why the Bengals got a C grade for this move despite filling a critical need.
Darqueze Dennard was a nickel cornerback in Cincinnati and that's his upside at the NFL level. I dislike this signing because Jacksonville moved their top two corners from their AFC Championship Team and expect to replace those two guys with Dennard who is talented, but not as good as Ramsey or Bouye.
Chicago Bears: Sign Robert Quinn 3-4 LOLB 5-year $70-million dollar dealD Grade
Robert Quinn rebounded on a 4-3 defense. Quinn has been historically bad on 3-4 defenses and is someone who has a tendency to be inconsistent from time to time. Offering the 29-year-old Quinn this much is fiscally irresponsible. The sole fact that Quinn isn't thirty yet is why the Bears avoid the F grade.
Arizona got Jordan Phillips as a 3-4 nose tackle. Phillips played in a 4-3 defense his whole career. He is now 6-6 341 lbs so maybe its time for Phillips to make the transition to nose tackle in a 3-4 defense. If Phillips pans out in Arizona, the Cardinals will have a stout nose tackle for the first time since Dan Williams was on the Cardinals before Dan Williams declined.
The Las Vegas Raiders are getting Jason Witten on a one-year prove it deal in case Foster Moreau isn't healthy. Moreau suffered a knee injury late in the 2019 season which is why the Raiders made this move.
Philadelphia got Rodney McLeod back at strong safety by extending him. That will help the Philadelphia Eagles since McLeod is versatile enough to play both safety roles at strong safety and free safety.
Carolina signed Teddy Bridgewater. It's an interesting move to say the least and one I did not expect the Panthers to make. Bridgewater went 5-0 as a starter in relief of Drew Brees which is why I am giving the Panthers an A grade since I liked Bridgewater coming out of Louisville more than Newton coming out of Auburn. Obviously Newton has been very good with Carolina until Super Bowl 50, but then reverted to being an average quarterback after his MVP season.
Drew Brees is someone who will remain with the New Orleans Saints until he retires. Brees has earned this deal and now New Orleans gets to watch Brees make one last attempt at bringing this city a second Super Bowl.
B.J. Finney was a very good center at Kansas State. The four year starter can play left guard, center, or right guard with his versatility. Seattle needed some depth on their interior offensive line and this move solves that issue.
Buffalo Bills: Sign Vernon Butler DT 2-year $15-million dollar dealB Grade
Buffalo is replacing Jordan Phillips with Vernon Butler. Buffalo gets depth behind defensive tackle with Ed Oliver taking over for Jordan Phillips. Vernon Butler also played with Sean McDermott during his rookie season before McDermott went to the Bills.
Arizona has both of their offensive tackles back D.J. Humphries and Justin Murray who both allowed 5 or fewer sacks. Now you got Larry Fitzgerald, DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk, and you still managed to keep the eighth pick in the 2020 NFL Draft from the Houston Texans.
Trading your best offensive player for David Johnson, a 2020 second round pick at pick 40, and a 2021 fourth round pick. Deshaun Watson is a heck of a quarterback, but Watson without Hopkins is about as brutal as Andy Dalton without A.J. Green. Trading Hopkins for this garbage is about as bad as throwing your best player off a cliff. That's why the Houston Texans and Bill O'Brien get a Heihachi Mishima grade.
Buffalo only had first round grades on Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Tee Higgins, and Henry Ruggs III. All four wide receivers were likely going to be gone by their pick. Buffalo wanted a veteran over one of the other rookies in this draft so they gave up a kings ransom of draft picks for Stefon Diggs.
I had Mark Andrews graded higher than Hayden Hurst in the 2018 NFL Draft. Atlanta is replacing Hooper with Hurst which I do not like. Add the fact that Atlanta shipped 47 instead of their other second rounder from New England and this pick gets bumped down to a C- grade.
Dallas Cowboys: Re-Sign Amari Cooper 5-year $100-million dollar dealB+ Grade
I really like Amari Cooper. Paying him $100-million before extending Dak Prescott seems kind of asinine. The rest of the NFC East was also bidding on Cooper so Dallas deserves some credit for getting their top receiver back.
San Francisco got Arik Armstead back. He was their biggest Free Agent and you could argue he's just as good as DeForest Buckner.
Miami Dolphins: Sign Byron Jones CB 5-year $82.5-million dollar dealA Grade
Miami got Byron Jones to pair with Xavien Howard. Byron Jones had his best season in 2019 and is just entering his prime. He will also be a boundary cornerback next to Howard so there won't be as much pressure on him to be that guy despite how much he got paid.
Philadelphia has good defensive tackles. Now they get another good one for depth who may end up starting across from Fletcher Cox. That's one reason why I love this signing for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cleveland needs offensive tackles on both sides. Jack Conklin played left tackle at Michigan State and right tackle with the Tennessee Titans. Now Cleveland will have their offensive tackle situation taken care of if they can get a starting offensive tackle next to Conklin with the tenth pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. If the Browns choose to ignore offensive tackle in the draft, Conklin will probably play left tackle with Chris Hubbard at right tackle. I expect Hubbard to get moved or released to save Cleveland cap space in the coming days though.
Cleveland made Austin Hooper the NFL's highest paid tight end. This is a move I love from a business standpoint, but at the same time I feel like Hooper is a borderline Pro Bowl tight end not a blue chip tight end like Travis Kelce or George Kittle.
Cleveland got a great backup quarterback for Baker Mayfield to learn from. Kevin Stefanski was Keenum's quarterback coach when the Vikings made the 2018 AFC Championship Game. Bringing him as a veteran backup to mentor Mayfield for this cheap is a great move.
Green Bay Packers: Sign Christian Kirksey 3-4 MLB 2-year $13-million dollar dealA Grade
Cutting Kirksey because he only played 9 games in the last two seasons saved the Browns $7.5-million. Kirksey is set to make $8-million this year with the other $5-million going into effect for next season if he stays healthy. This is a great move by Green Bay to get someone for cheap.
Instead of bringing Bryan Bulaga back, they get Ricky Wagner to a cheap deal for a fraction of the cost. Wagner was in Baltimore the last time he started all 16 games. If Wagner starts all 16 games, then Green Bay may be able to get back to the NFC Championship.
Las Vegas only gave up $7-million a year to a guy who did well when filling in for Danny Trevathian. This is a great signing by the Raiders because they got Kwiatkoski for such a cheap deal. Nick Kwiatkoski will play 4-3 left outside linebacker with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Dallas Cowboys: Re-Sign Blake Jarwin TE 4-year $22-million dollar dealC Grade
Dallas got Blake Jarwin back. This is a solid move, but not a spectacular one.
Tennessee Titans: Re-Sign Dennis Kelly RT 3-year $17.25-million dollar dealC Grade
Tennessee can find a better right tackle in the 2020 NFL Draft. After losing right tackle Jack Conklin to the Cleveland Browns, they needed to bring back their backup right tackle at a cheap discount to limit the damage that this offensive line will take.
Miami Dolphins: Sign Ereck Flowers LG 3-year $30-million dollar dealC Grade
Flowers had one good season inside at guard. With Flowers and Michael Deiter starting at guard now you have one area of the offensive line solidified. Getting two offensive tackles and a center is another area this team has to address. Flowers and Deiter are solid guards, but neither is a spectacular option at guard.
Costanzo is worth more than this in my honest opinion. Fantastic job by Chris Ballard and ths front office by low balling Costanzo.
Tennessee Titans: Re-Sign Ryan Tannehill QB 4-year $118-million dollar dealC Grade
Ryan Tannehill earned this extension and anyone who says otherwise is a hater. TitanUp fans are correct on that in the most punctual and literal way possible. At the same time, I feel like last year was a peak year for Tannehill. I'm skeptical if Tannehill will play up to his contract moving forward.
Baltimore strengthens their front 7 with a veteran like Calias Campbell. Campbell was on the Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl 43 team that lost to Pittsburgh and he was on the Jaguars team that made the 2018 AFC Championship Game during the 2017-2018 NFL Season. Campbell also got a 2-year $27-million dollar extension with the Ravens.
The 2020 NFL Draft really only has four rounds worth of quality starters. Trading for a fifth round pick warrants an F grade here.
March 12, 2020
Chicago Bears: Re-Sign Danny Trevathian 3-4 MLB 3-year $24-million dollar dealA+ Grade
Chicago has their two starting 3-4 middle linebackers from last year back. Having Roquan Smith and Danny Trevathian back allows Chicago to keep their core of players together on the front 7.
Buffalo Bills: Re-Sign Quinton Spain LG 3-year $15-million dollar dealA+ Grade
Spain was the best offensive lineman on Buffalo in 2019. They managed to re-sign him and only lose $5-million a year in cap space.
March 10, 2020
Houston Texans: Re-Sign Ka'imi Fairbairn K to 4-year $17.65-million dollar dealB+ Grade
Fairbairn went 20/25 on field goals in 2019 after going 37/42 on field goals in 2018. This is a great re-signing by Houston.
March 9, 2020
Buffalo Bills: Sign Josh Norman CB to 1-year $6-million dollar dealA+ Grade
I like how Buffalo go Norman as a boundary cornerback next to Tre'Davious White for next to nothing on a one-year prove it deal. Norman was a field cornerback facing number one receivers in Carolina and Washington for most of his career. Levi Wallace played boundary cornerback last year and is coming back on a cheap deal as a nickel cornerback so Buffalo is up there with New England as the team with the best cornerback tandem in the AFC East Division.
Carolina now has their blindside at left tackle for one year as the 31-year-old Russell Okung is on a one-year prove it deal. They will also have a healthy Greg Little complimenting him at right tackle if he manages to stay healthy. Matt Paradis is a good center when he is durable and active on Sundays. Carolina just needs to get two guards, one on each side, to bring stability to their offensive line. Cam Newton will improve next season if the coaching staff has the patience to stick with Newton.
Trai Turner is only 26-years-old despite being a 2014 third round pick. He has more to provide long-term with the Chargers. Los Angeles has a healthy Dan Feeney at left guard, Mike Pouncey at center, and Trai Turner at right guard. The Los Angeles Chargers have a good interior offensive line which will help someone like Ekeler get 1,000 total yards. However, if this team ends up signing Tom Brady they need to double up at offensive tackle in the draft if they hope to contend in the short-term.
Denver only gave up a 2020 fourth round pick for A.J. Bouye. They still have their first, second, and three 2020 third round picks. At first this team needed only 2 cornerbacks. Now they only need one cornerback.
The 2020 NFL Draft has anywhere from 100-140 players that may end up being potential NFL starters. Jacksonville got a pick that will likely be wasted on a backup which is why Jacksonville gets a C+ grade despite clearing up cap space. Yannick Ngakoue is also not going to re-sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Green Bay only paid $4.3-million per year to keep their franchise kicker. Mason Crosby was my favorite kicker prospect that I ever evaluated. I have no problem with Green Bay retaining his services until he gets injured on a year to year basis or begins to decline entirely.
Seattle had a few good tight ends. Greg Olsen is a clear upgrade over all of them. Now Russell Wilson has Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf, and Greg Olsen to throw to next season.
Baltimore Ravens 2020 Free Agents
Domata Peko, NT, Baltimore Ravens
Tony Jefferson, SS, Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens 2020 Offseason Outlook: Baltimore has $7,127,038 for 2020 at the moment. The Ravens got multiple tight ends, their quarterback Lamar Jackson, and a right tackle named Orlando Brown in the 2018 NFL Draft. They got Marques Brown and Miles Boykin in 2019 and landed two starters at wide receiver. Baltimore drafted two starters at 3-4 middle linebacker in Patrick Queen and Malik Harrison who still need to sign their rookie deals. They also drafted J.K. Dobbins for depth behind Mark Ingram. Dobbins already signed his rookie deal as did James Proche, their sixth round pick out of SMU who wowed me in Mobile.
2020 Baltimore Ravens Offseason Needs
Cincinnati Bengals 2020 Free Agents
Cordy Glenn, LT, Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals 2020 Offseason Outlook: Cincinnati has $24,333,471 for 2020 at the moment. The Cincinnati Bengals had their best draft in years. The downside is they haven't signed any of their rookies and it's almost July.
2020 Cincinnati Bengals Offseason Needs
Cleveland Browns 2020 Free Agents
Greg Robinson, LT, Cleveland Browns
Morgan Burnett, SS, Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns 2020 Offseason Outlook: Cleveland has $37,400,428 for 2020. Cleveland managed to upgrade six of their nine team needs. Seven if Kevin Johnson does well at nickel cornerback for the Browns. Cleveland signed rookies Donovan-Peoples Jones, Harrison Bryant the John Mackey Award Winner at tight end from Florida Atlantic, and Nick Harris. All of Cleveland's offensive players outside of first round pick Jedrick Wills Jr. are signed. The Browns spent day 2 picks on LSU's Grant Delpit and Jacob Phillips.
2020 Cleveland Browns Offseason Needs
Pittsburgh Steelers 2020 Free Agents
Mark Barron, 3-4 MLB, Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers 2020 Offseason Outlook: Pittsburgh has $5,669,526 for 2020. Like Cincinnati, Pittsburgh has not signed any of their rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Pittsburgh Steelers Offseason Needs
Houston Texans 2020 Free Agents
Lamar Miller, RB, Houston Texans
Chris Clark, RT, Houston Texans
Houston Texans 2020 Offseason Outlook: Houston has $19,217,638 for 2020 at the moment. Houston only signed one rookie and that was pass rusher Jonathan Greenard out of Florida who lined up at both 3-4 right outside linebacker and 3-4 left outside linebacker. Greenard and second round pick Ross Blacklock have the best chance to become rookies who start right away on this Houston Texans roster.
2020 Houston Texans Offseason Needs
Indianapolis Colts 2020 Free Agents
Dontrelle Inman, WR, Indianapolis Colts
Jabaal Sheard, LE, Indianapolis Colts
Clayton Geathers, SS, Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts 2020 Offseason Outlook: Indianapolis has $23,387,190 for 2020 at the moment. Indianapolis nearly spent $63-million in Free Agency and the draft. Indianapolis became the second NFL team after the New England Patriots to sign all of their rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft and they still got over $23-million to spend after beginning the offseason with over $86-million to end.
2020 Indianapolis Colts Offseason Needs
Jacksonville Jaguars 2020 Free Agents
Marcel Dareus, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars 2020 Offseason Outlook: Jacksonville has $20,485,226 for 2020. Jacksonville had no rookies signed in June. They managed to sign Collin Johnson out of Texas at wide receiver and Tyler Davis the Georgia Tech tight end they drafted who may not even make the Jaguars final roster.
2020 Jacksonville Jaguars Offseason Needs
Tennessee Titans 2020 Free Agents
Delanie Walker, TE, Tennessee Titans
Cameron Wake, 3-4 ROLB, Tennessee Titans
Wesley Woodard, 3-4 MLB, Tennessee Titans
Logan Ryan, CB, Tennessee Titans
Tremaine Brock, CB, Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans 2020 Offseason Outlook: Tennessee has $19,913,303 for 2020 at the moment. Tennessee only signed two rookies Larrell Murchison, who may be Jurrell Casey's replacement as a 3-4 defensive end. The other rookie they signed was Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald, who is projected to be the backup to Ryan Tannehill.
2020 Tennessee Titans Offseason Needs
Buffalo Bills 2020 Free Agents
Buffalo Bills 2020 Offseason Outlook: Buffalo has $19,317,077 for 2020 at the moment. Buffalo signed all of their draft picks heading into July.
2020 Buffalo Bills Offseason Needs
Miami Dolphins 2020 Free Agents
Daniel Kilgore, C, Miami Dolphins
Aqib Talib, CB, Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins 2020 Offseason Outlook: Miami has $28,082,621 to spend on Free Agents and the draft in 2020. Miami signed their first two draft picks in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft by signing Tua Tagovailoa and Austin Jackson to their rookie deals. They also signed their best picks outside of the first round with guys like Raekwon Davis, Curtis Weaver, and Jason Strowbridge. Noah Igbinoghene their final first round pick out of Auburn was drafted as a nickel cornerback and he hasn't signed yet. Neither has second round pick Robert Hunt, who I had a fifth round grade on.
2020 Miami Dolphins Offseason Needs
New England Patriots 2020 Free Agents
Marshall Newhouse, LT, New England Patriots
New England Patriots 2020 Outlook: New England has $1,465,979 for 2020 after signing Cam Newton. Newton can earn up to $7.5-million if he meets all of the team goals and earns his incentives. He would receive that money in the 2021 Offseason when New England has more cap room to spend.
2020 New England Patriots Offseason Needs
New York Jets 2020 Free Agents
Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets
Demaryius Thomas, WR, New York Jets
Kelvin Beachum, LT, New York Jets
Ryan Kalil, C, New York Jets
New York Jets 2020 Offseason Outlook: New York has $19,602,516 million to spend in 2020. The Jets signed Denzel Mims at wide receiver and Bryce Hall at cornerback. Their first round pick Mekhi Becton still needs to sign his rookie deal.
2020 New York Jets Offseason Needs
Denver Broncos 2020 Free Agents
Ronald Leary, RG, Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos 2020 Offseason Outlook: Denver has $16,862,356 to spend on Free Agents in 2020. Denver has not signed any of their rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft. Denver had strong drafts in 2018, 2019, and 2020.
2020 Denver Broncos Offseason Needs
Kansas City Chiefs 2020 Free Agents
LeSean McCoy, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
Spencer Ware, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
Terrell Suggs, LE, Kansas City Chiefs
Morris Claiborne, CB, Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs 2020 Offseason Outlook: The Chiefs will have $3,574,461 in cap space in 2020. Kansas City has all 22 starters back returning after winning Super Bowl 54. They also have not signed any of their rookies just like the Denver Broncos.
2020 Kansas City Chiefs Offseason Needs
Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Free Agents
Isaiah Crowell, RB, Las Vegas Raiders
Vontaze Burfict, MLB, Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Offseason Recap: The Las Vegas Raiders will have $8,795,595 in cap space for 2020. The Las Vegas Raiders have not signed any of their rookies just like the rest of the AFC West teams.
2020 Las Vegas Raiders Offseason Needs
Los Angeles Chargers 2020 Free Agents
Lance Kendricks, TE, Los Angeles Chargers
Brandon Mebane, DT, Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Chargers 2020 Offseason Outlook: The Chargers will have $20,751,228 in 2020. The Los Angeles Chargers have not signed any of their rookies just like the rest of the teams in the AFC West Division.
2020 Los Angeles Chargers Offseason Needs
Top 7 AFC Teams heading Into 2020 1. Kansas City Chiefs, 2. Baltimore Ravens, 3. Buffalo Bills, 4. Tennessee Titans, 5. Denver Broncos, 6. Pittsburgh Steelers, 7. Indianapolis Colts.
Chicago Bears 2020 Free Agents
T.J. Clemmings, RT, Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears 2020 Offseason Outlook: Chicago has $12,475,170 for 2020 at the moment. Chicago has not signed any of their rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Chicago Bears Offseason Needs
Detroit Lions 2020 Free Agents
Damon Harrison, DT, Detroit Lions
Tavon Wilson, SS, Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions 2020 Offseason Outlook: Detroit has $27,963,553 for 2020 at the moment. The Lions signed every rookie except their first two picks. Cornerback Jeffrey Okudah and running back De'Andre Swift were Detroit's first two draft selections. Signing those guys is the only thing Detroit needs to do.
2020 Detroit Lions Offseason Needs
Green Bay Packers 2020 Free Agents
Malcolm Johnson, FB, Green Bay Packers
Jared Veldheer, RT, Green Bay Packers
Tramon Williams, CB, Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers 2020 Offseason Outlook: Green Bay has $12,010,776 for 2020. Signing Jordan Love to his rookie deal only counted for $1.5-million against Green Bay's salary cap room for 2020.
2020 Green Bay Packers Offseason Needs
Minnesota Vikings 2020 Free Agents
Laquon Treadwell, WR, Minnesota Vikings
Everson Griffen, RE, Minnesota Vikings
Ryan Quigley, P, Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings 2020 Offseason Outlook: Minnesota will have %11,752,204 to spend in 2020. Minnesota like Chicago, has not signed a single rookie they drafted from the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Minnesota Vikings Offseason Needs
Atlanta Falcons 2020 Free Agents
Devonta Freeman, RB, Atlanta Falcons
Justin Hardy, WR, Atlanta Falcons
John Cyprien, SS, Atlanta Falcons
J.J. Wilcox, FS, Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons 2020 Offseason Outlook: Atlanta has $10,963,409 to spend on Free Agents and the draft for 2020. Atlanta did not sign any of their rookies that they drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Atlanta Falcons Offseason Needs
Carolina Panthers 2020 Free Agents
Carolina Panthers 2020 Offseason Outlook: Carolina will have $11,257,571 in cap space for 2020. Carolina did manage to sign their first round pick Derrick Brown the nose tackle they took out of Auburn seventh overall. The rest of their draft picks have not signed with the team.
2020 Carolina Panthers Offseason Needs
New Orleans Saints 2020 Free Agents
New Orleans Saints 2020 Offseason Outlook: New Orleans has $8,079,681 for 2020 at the moment. New Orleans like Atlanta, has not signed any of the rookies that they got in the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 New Orleans Saints Offseason Needs
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2020 Free Agents
Demar Dotson, RT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2020 Offseason Outlook: Tampa Bay has $5,113,959 for 2020 at the moment. Tampa Bay addressed all of their needs this offseason. Like Atlanta and New Orleans they did not sign any rookies that they drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offseason Needs
Dallas Cowboys 2020 Free Agents
Michael Bennett, RE, Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys 2020 Offseason Outlook: Dallas has $10,509,043 to spend on Free Agents for 2020 at the moment. Dallas needs to use that money to sign all of their rookies after having a very strong 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Dallas Cowboys Offseason Needs
New York Giants 2020 Free Agents
Russell Shepard, WR, New York Giants
New York Giants 2020 Offseason Outlook: New York did a masterful job building through the draft the last two seasons and has $16,336,625 in cap space for 2020. New York only signed Mr. Irrelevant the last pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The rest of their rookies remain unsigned.
2020 New York Giants Offseason Needs
Philadelphia Eagles 2020 Free Agents
Philadelphia Eagles 2020 Offseason Outlook: Philadelphia has $22,731,499 for 2020 at the moment. Philadelphia addressed all of their needs in teh 2020 NFL Draft. The only rookie Philadelphia signed to a contract at this point is former Auburn left tackle Prince Tega Wanogho who is a great backup for Andre Dillard now that Jason Peters is gone.
2020 Philadelphia Eagles Offseason Needs
Washington Redskins 2020 Free Agents
Jordan Reed, TE, Washington Redskins
Vernon Davis, TE, Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins 2020 Offseason Outlook: Washington has $34,709,636 for 2020 at the moment. Washington is in the same boat as Dallas. They have not signed a single one of their rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Washington Redskins Offseason Needs
Arizona Cardinals 2020 Free Agents
A.Q. Shipley, C, Arizona Cardinals
Clinton McDonald, 3-4 RE, Arizona Cardinals
Brooks Reid, 3-4 LOLB, Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals 2020 Offseason Outlook: Arizona has $6,985,230 for 2020 at the moment. Arizona addressed all of their needs this offseason. They have not signed a single rookie from their 2020 NFL Draft.
2020 Arizona Cardinals Offseason Needs
Los Angeles Rams 2020 Free Agents
Bryce Hager, 3-4 MLB, Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams 2020 Offseason Recap: Los Angeles has $6,160,856 for 2020 at the moment. The Los Angeles Rams have not signed any rookies from their 2020 NFL Draft and are in the same position as the Arizona Cardinals.
2020 Los Angeles Rams Offseason Needs
San Francisco 49ers 2020 Free Agents
San Francisco 49ers 2020 Offseason Recap: San Francisco has $11,957,942 for 2020 at the moment. The 49ers signed all of their draft picks except one which is sixth round pick Charlie Woener who would be a backup to George Kittle. Having Javon Kinlaw and Brandon Aiyuk inked to their rookie deals will allow things to proceed without San Francisco having to worry about a holdout.
2020 San Francisco 49ers Offseason Needs
Seattle Seahawks 2020 Free Agents
Jadeveon Clowney, RE, Seattle Seahawks
Ziggy Ansah, LE, Seattle Seahawks
Mychal Kendricks, LOLB, Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks 2020 Offseason Outlook: Seattle has $13,750,349 for 2020 at the moment. Seattle signed Freddie Swain at wide receiver and Colby Parkinson at tight end. The rest of their rookies remain unsigned.
2020 Seattle Seahawks Offseason Needs
Top 7 NFC Teams heading Into 2020 1. New Orlean Saints, 2. San Francisco 49ers, 3. Philadelphia Eagles, 4. Minnesota Vikings, 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 6. Arizona Cardinals, 7. Dallas Cowboys.