The Most and Least Improved Teams of the 2013 NFL Offseason

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The Most and Least Improved Teams of the 2013 NFL Offseason
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When looking at who might be the most improved and least improved teams around the National Football League, there are a few different areas you have to check in on.  

First off, it's necessary to take into account players that teams were able to retain in free agency. This is a huge part of the evaluation process because it brings continuity into the conversation. 

Secondly, you have to look at how each team performed in the draft. Did the Dallas Cowboys completely drop the ball by selecting Travis Frederick in the first round this past April? What about the value that the San Francisco 49ers received in the mid rounds? As you already know, acquiring talent throughout the entire draft is a huge part of the building process. 

Finally, you have to look at free agency. Even though the Miami Dolphins might have overspent on the open market, they improved the talent on their 53-man roster. What about New England's loss of wide receiver Wes Welker to the Denver Broncos? 

Today's article is going to look at four of the most improved and four of the least improved teams around the NFL as training camp gets going in full force. 

All contract information provided by Spotrac.

 

 

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