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Before the Bills do anything in free agency, they need to re-sign Andy Levitre at guard. After that, the Bills can work on plugging the middle of the defense to stop opponents from running the ball.
After spending big last year on Mario Williams, don't expect a big contract for a Henry Melton-type.
The Bills could (and should) also sneak into the conversation for some linebackers like Daryl Smith or Rey Maualuga.
On the offensive side, James Casey could be an interesting name at tight end to expand the role he had in Houston.
The Miami Dolphins have made it clear they need a No. 1 wide receiver. They won't mention how they traded away Brandon Marshall in the offseason last year, but still, they need a No. 1 receiver. That receiver is probably going to be Dwayne Bowe, Mike Wallace or Greg Jennings.
Miami also seems to be parting ways with Jake Long, which could possibly lead the Dolphins to pursue one of the other free-agent tackles to replace him.
Miami should also work on re-signing two underrated defensive players in Sean Smith and Chris Clemons.
New England Patriots
It's hard to believe New England is just going to let Wes Welker walk into free agency, but that may be the case. If Welker does leave, the Pats might replace him with another free agent—possibly someone bigger, like Dwayne Bowe.
If there's anyone who could make Reggie Bush become the offensive weapon most thought he could be coming out of college, it's Bill Belichick—just something to consider.
On defense, the midseason addition of Aqib Talib shored up the secondary, and if he is not re-signed, someone like Sheldon Brown should be targeted as a replacement—anything to not have Kyle Arrington play corner anymore (also a free agent, not expected to be re-signed).
New York Jets
If Mike Tannenbaum was still the GM of the Jets, the offseason plan would probably be hold tight and hope the other three teams in the division screw up their offseason plans.
With a new GM, the Jets might be a little more proactive—although with not much cap space to do so.
With the lack of cap space, the Jets are better off letting pieces like Shonn Greene go to free agency and replacing them with younger models in the draft.
The one piece the Jets probably will target in free agency is a veteran quarterback to compete with Mark Sanchez in training camp. The Jets should target Matt Moore—who isn't as terrible as you think he is—for this position.