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Arizona Cardinals: Added Jared Veldheer and some marginal players; lost Karlos Dansby and some marginal players. Stock: HOLD.
Baltimore Ravens: Re-signed Dennis Pitta and Eugene Monroe, both of whom were huge. Added Steve Smith; lost Art Jones. Stock: HOLD.
Buffalo Bills: Lost the season's best free agent; made a few good under-the-radar pickups. Why Chris Williams, though? Stock: HOLD.
Chicago Bears: Lost Julius Peppers and Henry Melton; added Lamarr Houston and a bunch of questionably useful players. Held on to Charles Tillman. Stock: HOLD.
Cincinnati Bengals: Lost free agency's best pass-rusher, a starting-caliber left tackle and a couple of young role players. Deep enough that it won't hurt much, but... Stock: DOWN.
Detroit Lions: Added potential missing link to offense/return game in Golden Tate. Kept Brandon Pettigrew. Lost Louis Delmas, Willie Young. Anticipated signing of James Ihedigbo would help. Stock: HOLD.
Green Bay Packers: Got Julius Peppers, retained several key defensive players like B.J. Raji and Mike Neal. Suddenly overloaded on the front seven. Lost James Jones, Evan Dietrich-Smith, M.D. Jennings; didn't replace any of them. Stock: HOLD.
Houston Texans: Lost Ben Tate, Antonio Smith and several others. Re-signed Garrett Graham. Stock: DOWN.
Indianapolis Colts: Kept Vontae Davis, Pat McAfee and Adam Vinatieri, all key players. Added D'Qwell Jackson, Art Jones and Hakeem Nicks, all of whom could be huge. Lost Donald Brown and Antoine Bethea. Stock: UP.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Re-signed everybody important, cornered market on ex-Seahawks. Overpaid Zane Beadles, but still. Stock: UP.
Miami Dolphins: Finally landed Branden Albert. Kept Brent Grimes and Randy Starks. Lost Paul Soliai, but didn't lose much else. Added a couple of wild cards in the secondary. Stock: UP.
Minnesota Vikings: Replenished once-storied defensive line with Linval Joseph. Held on to Everson Griffen. Needed two cornerbacks and got two; needed an inside linebacker and got one. Stock: UP.
New England Patriots: Got Revis. Stock: UP.
New Orleans Saints: Tagged Jimmy Graham, re-signed Zach Strief, landed Jairus Byrd. Didn't go over cap. Magic? Stock: UP.
Philadelphia Eagles: Traded for Darren Sproles, added Malcolm Jenkins. Didn't lose much. Stock: UP.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Two decent pickups in Cam Thomas and Mike Mitchell. Losing Emmanuel Sanders hurts, but the only thing Steelers do better than draft wideouts is know when to let wideouts walk. Stock: HOLD.
San Diego Chargers: Re-signed inside linebacker Donald Butler, which was job No. 1. Added tailback Donald Brown, which should stabilize backfield. Lost Cam Thomas and Derek Cox off the defense, though. Stock: HOLD.
San Francisco 49ers: Lost Donte Whitner, stepped down to Antoine Bethea for not much less money. Lost Tarell Brown, stepped down to Chris Cook. Still crazy loaded, and with a ton of high draft picks, but... Stock: DOWN.
Seattle Seahawks: Cap-strapped Super Bowl champions. Kept Michael Bennett, got picked nearly clean of remaining free agents. Stock: DOWN.
St. Louis Rams: Kept Jo-Lonn Dunbar and Rodger Saffold, for what that's worth. Cortland Finnegan's time to move on had come. Stock: HOLD.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Got Revis' contract off the books, and Verner for half the price. Got best pass-rusher available in Michael Johnson. Re-loaded offensive line, inside and out. Stock: UP.
Washington: Jason Hatcher anchors a rich crop of mid-level free agents who fit needs. Stock: UP.