With less than a month before the start of free agency on March 12, teams are busy getting their houses in order. From balancing the budget via salary cap cuts to prioritizing potential unrestricted free agents that could leave the organization, as well as assessing players’ possible retirements.
We’ve already seen teams like the New York Giants release veterans such as running back Ahmad Bradshaw, linebacker Michael Boley and defensive end Chris Canty.
The Detroit Lions let go of defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch while the Buffalo Bills cut loose safety George Wilson and linebacker Nick Barnett.
And veterans such as linebacker Ray Lewis and wide receiver Donald Driver have walked away from the game following magnificent careers.
So we’re taking a look at what could or will indeed happen this offseason as teams prepare for the 2013 seasons. While the focus will be on free agency, we’ll sprinkle in a little NFL draft talk and team philosophies as well, which all coincide with the makings or makeovers of the 32 teams.