0 of 32 Tom Pennington/Getty Images The NFL offseason is a time for hope. Teams look to improve through free agency and the draft, and by the time May rolls around, they typically feel good about their remade rosters. That’s what front office folks will say publicly, anyway. No team wants to admit it has gotten worse than it was the year before, especially when it’s trying to push tickets for the upcoming season. The reality, though, is that not every team can get better every offseason. Even on paper, some teams are destined to take a step back. With the 2018 draft now complete, let’s determine which teams’ stocks are rising or falling based on factors like offseason player movement, front office changeover and cap space. 1 of 32 Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press Notable Additions: QB Sam Bradford, QB Mike Glennon, QB Josh Rosen, OT Andre Smith, OG Justin Pugh, WR Christian Kirk Notable Losses: DB Tyrann Mathieu, QB Carson Palmer (retirement), OT Jared Veldheer, WR John Brown, WR Jaron Brown The Arizona Cardinals lost veteran quarterback Carson Palmer this offseason when he decided to call it a career. That left a hole under center, but it wasn’t a… Read full this story
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