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The Cowboys are over $20 million above the salary cap. They can save money by restructuring the contract of defensive end DeMarcus Ware. They could also release him, given his disappointing transition to the Tampa 2 defense. Regardless of his fate, adding a pass-rushing defensive end to the mix would help. Last year, Jason Hatcher was Dallas' lone bright spot along the defensive line, but he’s a free agent, and it’s not clear as to whether the Cowboys will bring him back. Targeting a defensive tackle via free agency or the draft seems likely, as a result. Bruce Carter was a flop in the Tampa 2 defense, so the Cowboys need to find a suitable replacement. Issues on the backend of the secondary have lingered for several seasons now. It’s time to find a solution.
Team Needs: DE, DT, OLB, & S
The Giants know their problems are on the offensive side of the ball, where quarterback Eli Manning posted his worst season since his rookie year of '04. Fixing the offensive line will take priority. In addition, running back David Wilson has been an enormous disappointment, so some competition in the backfield wouldn‘t hurt. Adding a stud tight end to their offensive arsenal would also serve as a major boon to new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.
Team Needs: LT, OG, RB, & TE
No team gave up more passing yards in 2013 than Philadelphia did. Look for them to center their off-season on disrupting the passing game. A strong crop of free-agent safeties is sure to entice them, especially if starter Nate Allen signs elsewhere. Plus, Patrick Chung was a major disappointment. The addition of another cornerback and finding an edge rusher would also help their pass defense. On paper, Philadelphia’s offense looks great, but left tackle Jason Peters turned 32 in January. Lane Johnson remains a good candidate to play left tackle in the future, but moving him creates a void at right tackle. Finding a developmental swing tackle wouldn’t hurt.
Team Needs: CB, OT, OLB, & S
New head coach Jay Gruden will look to get quarterback Robert Griffin III back on track. Part of the battle is improving the players around his young signal caller. Washington may consider revamping the offensive line by adding a right tackle and a pair of guards. The offense also lacks a solid receiver opposite of Pierre Garcon. Defensively, they focused heavily on the secondary in last year’s draft, but I wouldn’t doubt they try to add a veteran presence through free agency, especially if they don’t bring cornerback DeAngelo Hall back. After spending the last few seasons sitting out free agency, Washington has enough cap space to make a big splash or two.
Team Needs: OG, RT, S, & WR