Stock Up, Stock Down for the NFL Offseason

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Stock Up, Stock Down for the NFL Offseason
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The NFL offseason is about to wrap up as teams prepare for training camps around the league later this month.

Certain teams improved a great deal via both free agency and the draft, while other teams struggled to gain a grasp of what they were actually going to do once the Super Bowl wrapped up last February.

The New England Patriots, likely one of the last real dynasties of this era, have seen their passing game take a major hit with the departure of Tom Brady's four favorite targets.

Meanwhile, the division rival Miami Dolphins have closed the gap. Despite overspending a bit in free agency, general manager Jeff Ireland and co. primed to challenge the Patriots for the division.

Certain players lost starting jobs or were put in less than stellar situations. Other players received a boost in confidence from organizations fully prepared to rely on them moving forward.

Let's take a look at players, coaches, executives and teams who have seen their stock go up or down during the offseason.

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