NFL 2012-2013: Each Team's Best and Worst Offseason Move

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NFL 2012-2013: Each Team's Best and Worst Offseason Move
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Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow together at Jets OTAs.

In the NFL, Organized Team Activities (OTAs) are basically over for most teams, and training camp is looming in July. In short, the transaction period is coming to an end.

This offseason—the first full one since the new CBA was announced last fall—was filled with several action-packed weeks of free agent signings, compelling trades, and an exciting draft that helped level the playing field across the NFL.

Every team had needs this offseason, and many were quick to act. A lot of teams had unhappy superstars, and many were quick to fix that. A majority of teams had coaches, GMs or presidents they wanted out of town, and several of them acted on whims as well.

2012 looks to be a promising season as teams like San Diego, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, and Indianapolis try to rebound; while San Fran, Baltimore, New England and reigning champs New York try to stay on top.

So, without further ado, let's introduce and analyze each team's best and worst move of the 2012 NFL offseason, organized by division.

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