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Every NFL Team's Biggest Remaining 2022 Offseason Need

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Cincinnati Bengals
the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Arizona Cardinals
the Las Vegas Raiders
Atlanta Falcons
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the Arizona Cardinals
The Buffalo Bills
the Pittsburgh Steelers
Ohio State
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Davante wasn't Davante
the Cincinnati Bengals
Chidobe Awuzie
Oklahoma's Perrion Winfrey
the New England Patriots
the Browns don't
the Dallas Cowboys
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the Carolina Panthers
The Jacksonville Jaguars
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The Las Vegas Raiders
the Los Angeles Chargers
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the Buffalo Bills
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the Tennessee Titans
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The New York Giants
the G-Men
Morgan Moses
The Philadelphia Eagles
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the Russell Wilson
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the Washington Commanders
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Jarvis Landry
Jadeveon Clowney
Odell Beckham Jr.
Christian Kirk
Marquise Brown
DeAndre Hopkins
Chandler Jones
Markus Golden
Cameron Thomas
Myjai Sanders
Drake London
Desmond Ridder
Marcus Mariota
Arnold Ebiketie
Kentucky's DeAngelo Malone
Trevor Lawrence
Joe Burrow
Baker Mayfield
Calvin Ridley
Pittsburgh's T.J. Watt
David Ojabo's Achilles
Tyler Linderbaum
Rashod Bateman
Sammy Watkins
Aaron Rodgers
Brandon Beane
Kaair Elam
James Cook
Levi Wallace
David Tepper
Teddy Bridgewater
Sam Darnold
Deshaun Watson
Russell Wilson
Matt Corral
Justin Fields
Darnell Mooney
Byron Pringle
Velus Jones Jr
Josh Shrock
Luke Getsy
Davante Adams
Alex Cappa
Ted Karras
La'el Collins
Michigan's Daxton Hill
Eli Apple
Jake Rill
Jason Pierre-Paul
Chase Winovich
Myles Garrett
Connor Williams
Tyler Smith
Stephen Jones
Jalen Tolbert
Amari Cooper
CeeDee Lamb
Michael Gallup
James Washington
Shelby Harris
DeShawn Williams
Jonathan Harris
D.J. Jones
Aidan Hutchinson
Tracy Walker III
DeShon Elliott
Kerby Joseph
Billy Turner
Lucas Patrick
Christian Watson
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
Jonathan Greenard
Mario Addison
Jerry Hughes
Derek Stingley Jr.
Carson Wentz
Matt Ryan
Alec Pierce
Michael Pittman Jr.
Parris Campbell
Brandon Scherff
Travon Walker
Zay Jones
Marvin Jones Jr.
Laviska Shenault Jr.
Cam Robinson
Luke Fortner
Josh Allen
Andrew Norwell
Ben Bartch
Patrick Mahomes
Charvarius Ward
Trent McDuffie
Tyreek Hill
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Skyy Moore
Purdue's George Karlaftis
Derrik Klassen
Pro Bowler
Ryan Kerrigan
Derek Carr
Justin Herbert
Alex Leatherwood
Brandon Parker
Dylan Parham
J.C. Jackson
Khalil Mack
Joey Bosa
Rashawn Slater
Corey Linsley
Bryan Bulaga
Allen Robinson II
Von Miller's
Leonard Floyd
Justin Hollins
Aaron Donald
Terron Armstead
Michael Deiter
Patrick Peterson
Lewis Cine
Andrew Booth Jr.
Irv Smith Jr.
Tyler Conklin
Ben Ellefson
Johnny Mundt
Shaq Mason
Malcolm Butler
it's Butler
Jalen Mills
Jonathan Jones
Garrett Wilson
Stefon Diggs
Jaylen Waddle
Corey Davis
Elijah Moore
Darth Hoodie
Chris Olave
Michael Thomas
Trevor Penning
Marcus Maye
Tyrann Mathieu
Alontae Taylor
Mickey Loomis
Marcus Davenport
Cameron Jordan
Payton Turner
Joe Schoen
Brian Daboll
Mark Glowinski
Evan Neal
Kayvon Thibodeaux
James Bradberry
Aaron Robinson
Darnay Holmes don't
LSU's Cordale Flott
Leonard Williams
Zach Wilson
Jermaine Johnson II
D.J. Reed
Jordan Whitehead
George Fant
Mekhi Becton
A.J. Brown
Jordan Davis
Fletcher Cox
Nakobe Dean
Darius Slay
Avonte Maddox
Zech McPhearson
Ben Roethlisberger
Mitch Trubisky
Kenny Pickett
Chukwuma Okorafor
Dan Moore Jr.
Tom Compton
Laken Tomlinson
Mike McGlinchey
Aaron Banks
Daniel Brunskill
Geno Smith
Liz Mathews
Pete Carroll
Tom Brady
Debbie Emery
Rob Gronkowski
Day 3
Washington's Cade Otton
Minnesota's Ko Kieft
Sam Monson
David Quessenberry
Dillon Radunz
Rodger Saffold
Aaron Brewer
Derrick Henry
Ryan Tannehill
Terry McLaurin
Jahan Dotson
Curtis Samuel
Dyami Brown
Adam Humphries
DeAndre Carter

Nebraska's Cam

Green Bay
Troy Hill
Bill Belichick's zone
AFC East
the Big Easy

the Twin Cities
Breece Hall

San Diego State
South Alabama's
Kansas City
Las Vegas
South Beach
New Orleans
New York
the Steel City
San Francisco
Penn State

Pro Bowl
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Just this week, we saw former Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry find a new home with the New Orleans Saints, and big-name players such as edge-rusher Jadeveon Clowney and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have yet to pick a team.But for the most part, we have a good idea what the NFL's 32 teams will look like in 2022—and it's significantly different than a year ago.The changes run the gamut from the top of the league to the bottom. Darnell Mooney quietly caught 81 passes and topped 1,000 yards last season, but even if you believe in Mooney as a No. 1 wideout, there's precious little behind him outside uninspiring veterans such as Byron Pringle and unproven youngsters like rookie third-round pick Velus Jones Jr.Per Josh Shrock of NBC Sports Chicago, new Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy dismissed concerns about the team's pass-catchers."Everybody wants Davante Adams," Getsy said. There was also an offseason trade with the New England Patriots that landed fourth-year edge-rusher Chase Winovich in Cleveland.But there's a reason Winfrey fell to the third day of the draft, and Winovich (while a third-round pick in 2019) has just 11 sacks over his first three professional seasons.Cleveland's D-line is Pro Bowl edge-rusher Myles Garrett and three other guys. But a team that has never been shy about addressing the O-line in the early rounds attacked that weak spot with the addition of Tulsa tackle Tyler Smith, who will kick inside in the pros, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told PFT PM (h/t's Nick Shook).The team also added a wide receiver relatively early in this year's draft, selecting South Alabama's Jalen Tolbert in Round 3. Can Tolbert make a quick jump from small-school standout to the NFL?Given the Texas-sized expectations the Cowboys enter every season with, the team needs answers for those questions.The Denver Broncos fixed the quarterback situation with the addition of Russell Wilson, and given the talent the team possesses on both sides of the ball, many have pegged the Broncos as contenders in 2022.However, some position groups are underwhelming, and none more so than at defensive end.The team's best defensive end from a year ago, Shelby Harris, is in Seattle thanks to the Wilson trade. Dobbs barely ranked inside the top 20 among this year's wideout class, per B/R's Scouting Department, and could use some refinement.Expecting those players to replace Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling goes several miles past wishful thinking, especially when you look at the past numbers of rookies and new faces playing with Rodgers.If Rodgers doesn't develop a rapport with one of those newcomers quickly, the Packers offense will backslide big-time.And if Green Bay is going to get back to the Super Bowl, the team simply can't afford that.It's hard to find a spot on the roster where the Houston Texans don't need help. He has an intriguing blend of size and 4.33-second speed, and he's refined enough as a route-runner to potentially make an immediate impact.But even if Pierce does start immediately, there's little behind him and top dog Michael Pittman Jr. Parris Campbell has missed more than twice as many games as he has played in over his first three pro seasons, and after him come Keke "Who?" Coutee and Dezmon "Are you sure this name isn't made up?" Patmon.If Campbell gets hurt again or Pierce takes time to develop (a pair of reasonable possibilities), then defenses are just going to bracket Pittman all game long.The Jacksonville Jaguars were one of the busiest teams in free agency this year, spending big bucks on wide receiver Christian Kirk and guard Brandon Scherff. There was a massive hole at wide receiver after Tyreek Hill was traded, but Kansas City added veterans and rookies alike to address that in JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Skyy Moore.With their second first-round pick this year, the Chiefs looked to strengthen the pass rush with the selection of Purdue's George Karlaftis, Bleacher Report's second-ranked edge-rusher and No. 8 prospect overall. Only three teams had fewer sacks last year than Kansas City's 31, and in an AFC West that now includes Russell Wilson in addition to Derek Carr and Justin Herbert, the inability to make quarterbacks uncomfortable is a recipe for disaster.The Las Vegas Raiders made multiple impact moves over the offseason, whether it was trading for star wide receiver Davante Adams or signing edge-rusher Chandler Jones in free agency.Those moves would appear to indicate a team with aspirations of a deep postseason run. When the team kicked Leatherwood inside and started Brandon Parker at tackle, things didn't get better—the fifth-year veteran allowed eight sacks and was assessed nine penalties.The Raiders did at least use a third-round pick on Memphis guard Dylan Parham, but whether it's Leatherwood or Parker at tackle, the right end of the line in Vegas is a glaring liability.Is there an echo in here?Just like their AFC West rivals in Las Vegas, the Los Angeles Chargers were busy making big offseason moves. The team invested a first-round pick in a new starter at guard in Boston College's Zion Johnson.But after getting just 11 games in two years from veteran Bryan Bulaga, the Chargers have handed starting duties at right tackle to Storm Norton, who has a great name and not-so-great game. The latter has started 51 games over four pro seasons.Now, the team needs to shore up the middle of the offensive line.In fairness, fourth-year center Michael Deiter wasn't terrible last season—the 2019 third-round pick from Wisconsin allowed one sack in 546 snaps. And in an AFC East that just added Tyreek Hill and rookie Garrett Wilson to a group of opposing receivers that included Stefon Diggs, Jaylen Waddle, Corey Davis and Elijah Moore, that's concerning.Or at least it would be if Darth Hoodie was capable of emotions like worry.It's not easy to find a team that has been more aggressive in attacking needs this offseason than the New Orleans Saints.Last year's shaky wideout corps added a couple of players in first-round pick Chris Olave and veteran slot man Jarvis Landry in addition to the potential return of Pro Bowler Michael Thomas. The Saints added depth at cornerback as well with the selection of Tennessee's Alontae Taylor in the second round.Say what you will about Saints general manager Mickey Loomis, but the man doesn't sit on his hands.After all those additions, the biggest need in the Big Easy is one that wouldn't even have made the list not that long ago.Last year, Marcus Davenport finally started to play like a first-round pick, tallying nine sacks after just 12 over his first three seasons. The Jets still have the duo of veteran George Fant and youngster Mekhi Becton manning the outside spots, but while Becton is a mountainous 2020 first-round pick and Fant is coming off the best year of his career, one has struggled to stay on the field and the other has been known to just struggle.If Fant regresses or Becton continues to miss significant time, the line could backslide.The Jets can't afford that.The Philadelphia Eagles were a playoff team a year ago, and at first glance Philly's roster doesn't have a lot of holes.On offense, the team made the biggest splash move of Day 1 of the draft with a trade for star receiver A.J. Brown. The team used a third-rounder last year on Dyami Brown, who was also a non-factor in Washington's offense, catching 12 passes and failing to find the end zone.Only one wide receiver on Washington's roster (McLaurin) had even 400 receiving yards last season.

As said here by Gary Davenport