Now that teams are heading into OTAs and rookie minicamps, it's time to take a look at how franchises did adding talent to their defenses in the offseason.
Some teams went heavy after talent in free agency, looking for veterans with upside and filling holes with bargain players.
Other teams attacked their defensive weaknesses in the draft, looking for players who can step in immediately and perform.
Many teams did both.
The success or failure of any of these plans won't be clear until they strap on their equipment in September for real games, but we can take a look on paper and see how teams stack up against each other after the majority of them are done adding talent.
So let's do just that.