NFL teams made some major moves this offseason, but which ones stand out as the best and most important for each franchise
The NFL offseason is inundated with moves from free agency, to trades, and of course the NFL Draft.
Some teams had multiple moves that drew consideration, while others remained relatively quiet this offseason. The editors of NFL Mocks have broken down each team’s biggest addition and how it will impact each club this year and beyond.
The Arizona Cardinals appeared poised to make a couple of runs at a Super Bowl with the offensive core they had intact in 2015.
Carson Palmer was playing MVP caliber football, David Johnson took the NFL by storm as a rookie, and the Cardinals won 13 regular season games with a very balanced passing attack and a star-studded defense that could create turnovers seemingly on demand.
It’s been a difficult fall from prominence for the Cardinals with Palmer again struggling with injuries on his way to retirement, and Josh Rosen is the man being called upon to come in and revitalize the franchise.
The fit with Arizona could probably not be more perfect for Rosen, who gets to play the majority of his games every season in favorable weather with a couple of California road trips, and a big-time playmaker in Johnson coming back from injury as hungry as ever.
Rosen was considered the most pro-ready quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft and despite the addition of Sam Bradford, he could be poised to make an impact early.