NFL free agency primers: Biggest needs for all 32 teams in 2013

With free agency set to kick off at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 12, Elliot Harrison identifies needs for all 32 teams over eight divisional primers.


» Buffalo Bills: Linebacking corps needs a significant upgrade.

» Miami Dolphins: More firepower needed at wide receiver.

» New England Patriots: Bill Belichick & Ed Reed, together at last?

» New York Jets: Rex Ryan's defense has big concerns at safety.

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» Dallas Cowboys: O-line overhaul must continue in the Big D.

» New York Giants: Room for improvement in suspect secondary.

» Philadelphia Eagles: Dashon Goldson could shore up back end.

» Washington Redskins: Enough cap room to add a safety?

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» Baltimore Ravens: Is Dannell Ellerbe worth the big bucks?

» Cincinnati Bengals: Re-signing Andre Smith is the top priority.

» Cleveland Browns: Plenty of cash to toss around (wisely, please).

» Pittsburgh Steelers: Keenan Lewis will be a hot commodity.

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» Chicago Bears: Enough money for a TE like Martellus Bennett?

» Detroit Lions: Defensive ends on the current roster won't cut it.

» Green Bay Packers: Ted Thompson rarely attacks free agency.

» Minnesota Vikings: Christian Ponder needs a new toy to play with.

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» Houston Texans: Andre Johnson could use a friend out wide.

» Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck must be better protected.

» Jacksonville Jaguars: Time to bring Cliff Avril back home.

» Tennessee Titans: If Jared Cook walks, what's next at TE?

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» Atlanta Falcons: Better re-sign Brent Grimes, or else ...

» Carolina Panthers: One player to definitely keep in town.

» New Orleans Saints: Relentless effort to get under the cap.

» Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Primed to do damage in free agency.

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» Denver Broncos: Peyton Manning needs better ground support.

» Kansas City Chiefs: Secondary could use quality corner/safety.

» Oakland Raiders: Minimal cap space to work with here.

» San Diego Chargers: Offensive guard is priority No. 1.

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