Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys were able to do a lot with limited cap space. The team sign prized free-agent cornerback Brandon Carr and then provided some quality quarterback depth with the signing of Kyle Orton.
Kansas City Chiefs: The biggest move of the Chiefs' offseason was the tagging of wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. The team signed Stanford Routt to take Brandon Carr's starting position, and the team provided some running back depth with Peyton Hillis, tight end depth in Kevin Boss and quarterback insurance with Brady Quinn.
New England Patriots: The Patriots upgraded their wide receiving corps with the additions of Brandon Lloyd and Anthony Gonzalez to go along with the re-signings of Deion Branch and Chad Ochocinco. Guard Robert Gallery, defensive end Trevor Scott, safety Steve Gregory and tight end Daniel Fells were a few of the other additions to come to New England.
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals were not able to sign quarterback Peyton Manning, which forced the team to pay Kevin Kolb his $7 million roster bonus. The Cardinals did nothing to improve their roster while the other teams in their division did so.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans missed out on quarterback Peyton Manning, and they also lost two key members from the 2011 team in cornerback Cortland Finnegan and defensive lineman Jason Jones.