Every NFL Team's Best and Worst Offseason Move

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Every NFL Team's Best and Worst Offseason Move
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The Miami Dolphins added Moreno this offseason, not Marino.

So did any of the 32 NFL clubs make All the Right Moves this offseason?

That’s a common statement during a game of chess or checkers. There’s also a game of constant moves called the NFL offseason. After all, couldn’t you now call the first three rounds of the draft in prime time the league’s version of Night Moves?

Get the picture? In tune with what we are saying?

Okay, enough with the word play. Here is the best and worst decision by each of the 32 clubs over the last few months.

Did a team’s best move come during the 2014 draft or was it via free agency or trade? Was a club’s best move not breaking the bank to retain an unrestricted free agent or perhaps getting one at a bargain price? Could a team have hit the jackpot with a new member of the coaching staff?

As far as the opposite side of the coin, did a team possibly overpay an incoming free agent or not make enough of an effort to retain one of their own? Will a salary-cap related departure come back to haunt a team? Did a club reach for someone in the draft?

Of course, it is always interesting to discuss what teams did right and wrong as they get ready for the season. So how could we resist?

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