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NFL Offseason Forecast: What's next for all 32 teams

With the offseason officially under way, Around The League will examine what's next for all 32 teams.

The Rams have a couple of holes to fill on defense, but the primary offseason focus must be surrounding QB Sam Bradford with playmakers on offense. Chris Wesseling writes about what's next for the Rams. Read

The Seahawks are one of the most promising teams in the NFL with a solid QB in Russell Wilson. Dan Hanzus writes about what's next for the Seahawks. Read

While the defensive building blocks are in place, new Cardinals coach Bruce Arians must find a solution in Arizona at QB and offensive line. Chris Wesseling writes about what's next for the Cardinals. Read

The San Francisco 49ers have a lot of big questions this offseason, and not all of them are focused on Alex Smith. Gregg Rosenthal writes about what's next for the Super Bowl runner-ups. Read

With their leadership back in place, the New Orleans Saints will look to rebound from a lost 2012 season. The first step is overhauling a historically futile defense, Chris Wesseling writes. Read

It's playoffs or bust for the Panthers, where the feeling around Carolina is decidedly less optimistic than it was the offseason following Cam Newton's dynamic rookie season. Read

If the Atlanta Falcons are going to prop open their Super Bowl window, they need to address some big offseason questions, Chris Wesseling writes. Tony Gonzalez's future is one of them. Read

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers showed signs of life in 2012, but the team has some work to do -- such as re-signing defensive end Michael Bennett. Dan Hanzus examines the offseason ahead. Read

The Chicago Bears have a lot of big decisions this offseason, from Brian Urlacher's future to Jay Cutler's contract. Gregg Rosenthal predicts how it will all go. Read

The Lions' defense has been a mess for a generation, and they need more depth at the wide receiver position. Kevin Patra breaks down what to expect in Detroit. Read

The Green Bay Packers aren't about championship windows or rebuilding. They are built to contend every season. Gregg Rosenthal breaks down what they need to do this offseason. Read

The Minnesota Vikings exceeded all expectations in 2012, but will they be able to hold on to wide receiver Percy Harvin? Marc Sessler breaks down the changes ahead for 2013. Read

Re-signing players such as Victor Cruz and making upgrades on defense should be the focus of the New York Giants' offseason efforts, writes Kareem Copeland. Read

The Dallas Cowboys are in the midst of notable changes following another disappointing 8-8 season. Dan Hanzus breaks down what we can expect to see in Big D in the months ahead. Read

Andy Reid was the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL and winningest coach in Eagles history. He's been replaced by former-Oregon coach Chip Kelly, renowned for his outside-the-box creativity and up-tempo spread offense. Read

The Washington Redskins' 2013 season will no doubt hinge on the health of Robert Griffin III. Team brass will look to add depth and versatility around their quarterback in the months to come. Read

A.J. Smith and Norv Turner left the roster a mess in San Diego. New GM Tom Telesco and coach Mike McCoy are tasked with rebuilding this offseason around QB Philip Rivers. Read

With Peyton Manning and Champ Bailey in the twilight of their Hall of Fame careers, there's a sense of urgency with the Denver Broncos to do more than just make the playoffs. Read

The front office and coaching staff was gutted after another 2-14 season. The new Kansas City Chiefs leadership begins its reign with the No. 1 pick in the draft. Read

The Oakland Raiders slumped to a 4-12 record this season, missing the playoffs for the 11th straight year. Dan Hanzus breaks down the Raiders' imposing challenge. Read

The Baltimore Ravens won a Super Bowl title no one saw coming -- just don't expect to see the same Ravens team next season. Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the changes ahead for 2013. Read

The one constant in Cleveland has been change, and plenty of it. With a new owner, coaching staff and front office, the Browns are in for yet another offseason makeover on both sides of the ball. Read

After posting back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in 30 years, the Bengals need an infusion of playmakers to get over the playoff hump. Read

The Pittsburgh Steelers are a franchise known for continuity. But their roster is expected to change dramatically this offseason. Are veterans like Mike Wallace done in the Steel City? Read

The Jacksonville Jaguars are a hot mess. New general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley are tasked with figuring out Blaine Gabbert's situation. Dan Hanzus previews Jacksonville's important offseason. Read

The Houston Texans started out like a house on fire, but couldn't seal the deal in the playoffs. Marc Sessler previews their offseason. With almost 20 UFAs on the roster, are major changes ahead? Read

While a talent infusion is needed on defense, the biggest offensive improvements on the Tennessee Titans must come from players already on the roster. Read

What do the Indianapolis Colts need in 2013? Pass rushers and pass protectors would be a welcome addition to a team eager to build upon its strong 2012 campaign. Read

Buffalo had big expectations in 2012 but struggled to a 6-10 finish. Patrick Crawley examines what the new-look Bills need to do differently this offseason. Read

The Dolphins made headway in 2012, but their work is far from complete. Henry Hodgson takes a look at what's next in Miami, including the major work that could take place during free agency. Read

The Jets can finally put 2012 behind them, but serious work remains. New general manager John Idzik will attempt to rebuild the Jets as they leave "ground and pound" behind once and for all. Read

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