With the offseason officially underway, Around The League will examine what's next for all 32 teams.
Anquan Boldin's likely return and the
Browns saga, the
49ers must stay intact and add the necessary pieces to finally win the
Super Bowl after three excruciatingly close misses.
Ravens adapt to roster turnover better than most, but with
Joe Flacco in need of some new targets, GM Ozzie Newsome has his work cut out for him. Marc Sessler explores the road ahead in Baltimore.
Bears have some key personnel decisions to make this offseason. Salary-cap constraints could force Chicago to move on from vets Charles Tillman and
Around The League breaks it down.
Miami Dolphins are in a state of transition, attempting to move on from the ugly Richie Incognito business. Will key free agents like
Brent Grimes return? Dan Hanzus delves into the situation.
Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is finally out of salary-cap hell. Can he re-sign Jared Veldheer and Lamarr Houston and still have money left over for impact free-agent acquisitions? Chris Wesseling gives his analysis.
Cincinnati enters 2014 stocked with talent on both sides of the ball and two new coordinators. Though the
Bengals are primed for another playoff run, is competition for
Andy Dalton on the way? Marc Sessler explores.
With Asante Samuel gone and
Thomas DeCoud a likely salary-cap casualty, the
Atlanta Falcons need to shore up their defense and fill a very big pair of tight end cleats this offseason. Chris Wesseling breaks it all down.
With a new coaching staff in place, the
Detroit Lions' offseason will revolve around quarterback
Matthew Stafford's footwork and defensive tackle
Ndamukong Suh's contract extension, Kevin Patra writes.
Seahawks should be able to keep their core group of young players together, but they too must grapple with the the salary cap and ultimately decide who stays and who goes. Gregg Rosenthal writes about that and what comes next for the defending
Super Bowl champions.