The most exciting offseason addition for every NFL team

It’s been a roller-coaster ride of an NFL offseason, and every team’s fans have reason to be excited. These are the most exciting moves by every NFL team in the 2022 offseason.

 

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Arizona Cardinals: Marquise Brown, WR

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Brown surpassed 1,000 yards for the first time last season and now has an opportunity to reunite with his college quarterback, Kyler Murray. Arizona will be asking a lot of Brown with DeAndre Hopkins suspended to start the year.

 

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Atlanta Falcons: Drake London, WR

Atlanta Falcons: Drake London, WR

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Atlanta didn’t make many high-impact additions during the offseason, but London is an exception. The rookie out of USC steps in as the immediate No. 1 wideout in Atlanta, as Calvin Ridley is suspended for the year.

 

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Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Hamilton, S

Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Hamilton, S

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Baltimore has been in search of a star safety since moving on from Earl Thomas, and Hamilton fits the bill. The Notre Dame alum has the size and speed to help in every area, and shore up a new defensive scheme.

 

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Buffalo Bills: Von Miller, OLB

Buffalo Bills: Von Miller, OLB

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The Bills splurged on Miller as they try to get over the hump in the playoffs. He proved a key piece in the Rams’ playoff run last season and will try to win his third Super Bowl on his third team.

 

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Carolina Panthers: Matt Corral, QB

Carolina Panthers: Matt Corral, QB

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Panthers fans certainly aren’t excited about Sam Darnold after what they saw last season. They still have time to add from outside the organization, but Corral could be the answer. The third-round pick out of Ole Miss was highly productive in college and could outplay Darnold soon.

 

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Chicago Bears: Velus Jones, WR

Chicago Bears: Velus Jones, WR

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The Bears shed significant talent during the offseason and didn’t have the draft capital to build much. The speedy Jones is an exception, as he could step in as a huge part of the offense after Chicago lost Allen Robinson.

 

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Cincinnati Bengals: Daxton Hill, CB

Cincinnati Bengals: Daxton Hill, CB

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The secondary was Cincinnati’s weakest area on a vastly improved defense last year. Hill has a chance to help now after a strong career at Michigan. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Hill was an every-down player by the end of the season.

 

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Cleveland Browns: Deshaun Watson, QB

Cleveland Browns: Deshaun Watson, QB

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Normally, when an NFL team in desperate need of a QB acquires a franchise signal-caller, it’s cause for excitement and celebration for both the franchise and the fan base. But Watson’s off-field issues and his myriad of civil lawsuits create a moral predicament for many Browns fans. There’s no doubt he can help the team if he’s able to play this season, but that is as big of an if as there has been in the NFL in quite some time.

 

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Dallas Cowboys: Jalen Tolbert, WR

Dallas Cowboys: Jalen Tolbert, WR

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Dallas needed to add talent at wide receiver after losing Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson. Tolbert is a project with big upside, after putting up video game numbers at South Alabama. He could be a significant contributor if the Cowboys give him time.

 

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Denver Broncos: Russell Wilson, QB

Denver Broncos: Russell Wilson, QB

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Denver has been in search of a quarterback since Peyton Manning’s retirement, and their prayers have finally been answered. Wilson immediately changes the team’s prospects in the AFC and could help the team’s young receivers reach their potential.

 

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Detroit Lions: Jameson Williams, WR

Detroit Lions: Jameson Williams, WR

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Williams has the speed that only a select few wideouts in the history of the NFL possessed. He looked like he played at another speed while in college at Alabama, and likely only dropped to the Lions because of a knee injury. Williams might not be ready for Week 1, but he should be making highlights when he is healthy.

 

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Green Bay Packers: Christian Watson, WR

Green Bay Packers: Christian Watson, WR

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Watson has big shoes to fill after the Packers lost Davante Adams, but the team has already talked him up in minicamp. The tall wideout is making a big jump from North Dakota State, but having Aaron Rodgers delivering him passes should help.

 

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Houston Texans: Derek Stingley Jr., CB

Houston Texans: Derek Stingley Jr., CB

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Houston faced criticism for selecting Stingley ahead of Sauce Gardner, but there’s no doubt he should help the defense. Stingley looked like a superstar early in his LSU career and should be a fine cornerback if he’s healthy.

 

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Indianapolis Colts: Yannick Ngakoue, DE

Indianapolis Colts: Yannick Ngakoue, DE

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Not since Robert Mathis have the Colts had a pass rusher with Ngakoue’s ability, and he’s coming off an excellent season with 10 sacks for Las Vegas. He could change the complexion of the defense, immediately improving the pass rush.

 

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Jacksonville Jaguars: Christian Kirk, WR

Jacksonville Jaguars: Christian Kirk, WR

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There’s little debate the Jaguars overpaid for Kirk’s services, but his explosive speed should still be helpful for Trevor Lawrence’s development. He immediately steps in as the team’s No. 1 receiver.

 

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Kansas City Chiefs: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR

Kansas City Chiefs: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR

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The Chiefs completely rebuilt their wide receivers, for better or worse. They lost Tyreek Hill, Byron Pringle, and Demarcus Robinson, but Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore, and Justyn Ross give the Patrick Mahomes an interesting selection of weapons. Smith-Schuster would seem to be the only sure thing if he can put last year’s shoulder injury behind him.

 

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Las Vegas Raiders: Davante Adams, WR

Las Vegas Raiders: Davante Adams, WR

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Adams cashed in over the offseason and reunited with his college quarterback in the process. Derek Carr is certainly a step down from Aaron Rodgers, but he’s a solid NFL starter who could get a jolt from new head coach Josh McDaniels. Adams will try to prove he’s still elite without Rodgers.

 

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Los Angeles Chargers: Khalil Mack, OLB

Los Angeles Chargers: Khalil Mack, OLB

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The Chargers needed help for Joey Bosa and got it with Mack. He’s clearly lost a step but remains one of the most accomplished pass rushers in the NFL.

 

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Los Angeles Rams: Allen Robinson, WR

Los Angeles Rams: Allen Robinson, WR

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The Rams will try to offset the losses of Robert Woods and Odell Beckham with Robinson. While Robinson struggled in Chicago last season, better quarterback play and coaching should go a long way in helping him rebound.

 

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Miami Dolphins: Tyreek Hill, WR

Miami Dolphins: Tyreek Hill, WR

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Hill is one of the most explosive deep threats the NFL has ever seen and gives the Dolphins an embarrassment of riches alongside Jaylen Waddle. Now the question is whether Tua Tagovailoa has the arm strength to get the most out of Hill.

 

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Minnesota Vikings: Za’Darius Smith, OLB

Minnesota Vikings: Za'Darius Smith, OLB

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Minnesota’s pass rush hasn’t been the same over the last two seasons, but there’s reason to expect a rebound with Smith on the edge. He made back-to-back Pro Bowls before missing most of last season.

 

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New England Patriots: DeVante Parker, WR

New England Patriots: DeVante Parker, WR

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Parker has shown flashes of brilliance during his time in Miami but was never able to show consistency. He gives Bill Belichick’s offense some upside, as Mac Jones continues to develop.

 

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New Orleans Saints: Jarvis Landry, WR

New Orleans Saints: Jarvis Landry, WR

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The Saints had arguably the weakest wide receiver room in the league last season with Michael Thomas missing the season, but things have changed this year. Thomas is back, and the team has added Landry and rookie Chris Olave. Jameis Winston should notice a huge difference now that he’s back under center.

 

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New York Giants: Brian Daboll, HC

New York Giants: Brian Daboll, HC

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Giants fans couldn’t rid themselves of head coach Joe Judge fast enough. The hope is that the team got this hire right, as Daboll did a great job developing Josh Allen in Buffalo. He will be deciding this season whether Daniel Jones is the long-term answer in New York.

 

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New York Jets: Breece Hall, RB

New York Jets: Breece Hall, RB

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The Jets hoped to make a bigger splash this offseason, but they still added significant talent in the draft. Hall blew away the combine and could be an immediate bell-cow back for an offense that’s expected to be run-heavy.

 

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Philadelphia Eagles: A.J. Brown, WR

Philadelphia Eagles: A.J. Brown, WR

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The Eagles shocked the world when they were able to acquire Brown on draft day. The former Titans star joins DeVonta Smith to create one of the most exciting wide receiver tandems in the NFL and provides the Eagles an embarrassment of riches on offense.

 

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenny Pickett, QB

Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenny Pickett, QB

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The Steelers got a close look at Pickett after his college career at Pitt, and he should start under center for the team soon. Growing pains are expected, but Pickett won’t need to do much for the Steelers to return to the playoffs with an elite defense behind him.

 

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San Francisco 49ers: Tyrion Davis-Price, RB

San Francisco 49ers: Tyrion Davis-Price, RB

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Head coach Kyle Shanahan could make a productive running back out of just about anyone, and Davis-Price could be his next project. The third-round pick had a strong career at LSU, including 1,000 yards rushing last season.

 

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Seattle Seahawks: Kenneth Walker, RB

Seattle Seahawks: Kenneth Walker, RB

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While the drafting of Walker was shocking, it also profiles the team’s 2022 offensive approach after trading Russell Wilson. Walker joins Rashaad Penny to create a dynamic backfield in what’s likely to be a run-heavy offense.

 

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Russell Gage, WR

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Russell Gage, WR

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Gage could be a critical free-agent addition for the Bucs, with the possible loss of Rob Gronkowski and Chris Godwin’s return from a knee injury. He was productive in Atlanta, and will likely see more opportunities with his new team.

 

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Tennessee Titans: Treylon Burks, WR

Tennessee Titans: Treylon Burks, WR

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There is almost no replacing A.J. Brown, but Burks can give the Titans’ offense another dimension. The former Arkansas star has the ability to play a more versatile role as a runner and receiver in an offense that’s likely to be as run-heavy as ever.

 

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Washington Commanders: Jahan Dotson, WR

Washington Commanders: Jahan Dotson, WR

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Washington desperately needed help for Terry McLaurin and likely found it with Dotson. With the hope of Curtis Samuel returning healthy, Washington has a strong trio of wideouts for new quarterback Carson Wentz.