The Five Best—and Worst—NFL Offseasons So Far

May 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the 2010 NFL Draft out of the way, and free agency winding down, it’s time to take a look at which teams have done the best, and which teams have done the worst so far this offseason.
There have been a lot of changes, and a lot of player movement so far this offseason, which means that the 2010 season is going to be a good one.
Five-Best Offseasons
1. New York Jets — The Jets are treating this offseason like a make-or-break one, as they have made many moves to help themselves. Their draft was also decent, and they got a lot of good value for the picks that they made. Signing former San Diego Chargers running back LaDanlian Tomlinson should work out well for the Jets, and their defense should be much better with the additions of Antonio Rodgers-Cromartie, and rookie Kyle Wilson in the secondary.
2. Baltimore Ravens — Getting Anquan Boldin wasn’t going to be quite enough to put the Ravens on this list, but thanks to a strong draft and some...

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