Sam Bradford is probably still smiling—right now—because of the effort made by St. Louis Rams management since the Super Bowl. Les Snead and company shored up his offensive line and got him some new, shiny toys to play with.
He’s the biggest offseason winner.
A couple of his new targets will join him on the winners' list, while the guys they replaced in the pecking order wind up on the other side.
There weren’t a lot of changes at the top of the defensive depth chart; St. Louis will presumably continue to start eight of their 11 base-package starters from 2012.
The other three aren’t in town, so it’s hard for any current Rams defenders to be counted as losers.
Since most of the offseason movement was focused on offense, the winners and losers will be, as well.