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Getting left tackle Ryan Clady and outside linebacker Von Miller back from injury will be a major boost to Denver in 2014. Nevertheless, they face tough decisions with several of their own free agents. Adding a cornerback is definitely a priority, as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie figures to draw heavy interest in free agency. Plus, it’s likely Denver will part ways with veteran Champ Bailey. Wesley Woodyard -- who the Broncos signed as a free agent last year -- will generate interest as a starter from several teams, so replacing him could be in the cards. The Broncos do seem likely to retain defensive end Shaun Phillips, but he turns 33 in May, so they may add a young pass rusher.
Team Needs: CB, DE, & MLB
Kansas City Chiefs
Adding a receiver and tight end would help boost Kansas City’s offense, which was 24th in passing yardage last season. An inside linebacker to compliment Derrick Johnson could give the Chiefs the AFC‘s best linebacker corps. Given Andy Reid’s track record in the draft, you can probably expect him to target a big man. Reid has drafted a defensive or offensive lineman in the first round in eight out his last nine attempts. Adding a defensive end seems likely, as a result.
Team Needs: DL, ILB, TE, & WR
Re-signing defensive end Lamarr Houston is Oakland’s first priority. Placing the franchise tag on him would guarantee him roughly $12.6 million, but the Raiders have plenty of cap space, so they have the flexibility to fit him into their plans. Oakland needs to improve the offensive line. Bringing back tackle Jared Veldheer (also a free agent) and drafting a young tackle to play opposite of him would go along ways towards accomplishing that goal. The Raiders also need to do something at quarterback. If the Texans don’t draft Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, then perhaps general manager Reggie McKenzie would move up to select him. Whoever the quarterback is in 2014, he’ll need better receivers than what Oakland currently has.
Team Needs: DL, OT, QB, & WR
San Diego Chargers
Despite losing Louis Vasquez to Denver last off-season, San Diego’s offensive line and running game made major strides in 2013. They still haven’t fully replaced Vasquez, though, so adding an offensive guard to the mix seems likely. Much of their off-season focus, however, will be on the defensive side of the ball. They’ve missed on several edge rushers via the draft, but they have to keep trying to upgrade the position. Perhaps they’ll dive into free agency this time. Adding another corner or two is also likely, especially when you’re up against Peyton Manning twice a year.
Team Needs: CB, OG, & OLB