There are few things more frustrating as an NFL fan than when your team has a litany of needs, but sits idly during the free-agency period.
The free-agency period usually happens about six weeks after the Super Bowl, and it marks the first time teams can really address their needs. It provides an opportunity to either add that superstar they are looking for or to fill numerous holes on the roster.
Most of all, when a team is active in free agency, it shows the fanbase that unless they were the Super Bowl champions from the year before, they weren't satisfied with their season and are looking to improve.
While teams like the Broncos, Bills and Buccaneers were making huge splashes in the free-agent market this year, here's a look at seven teams that had obvious needs that weren't addressed through free agency.