5 teams that ought to improve the most this offseason through signings and trades

Many players have changed teams in the offseason. [Image Source: Flickr | Jonathan Moreau]
Many players have changed teams in the offseason. [Image Source: Flickr | Jonathan Moreau]

Two superstar wide receivers saw their addresses via trade as their new teams hope to benefit greatly.

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With the majority of the top free agents this offseason having long been signed, there are a few teams that hope their eventful offseasons will lead to improvements on the field.

Here are some of the teams that had busier offseasons than most. Remember, having a busy offseason does not necessarily guarantee success. All team transactions were found on ESPN.com.


Buffalo Bills

The Bills did much work trying to improve their beleaguered offensive line from last season. The big acquisition was former Chiefs center Mitch Morse, but they also added tackles LaAdrian Waddle,Ty Nsekhe, and Cody Ford (second round pick), and guards Quinton Spain and Jon Feliciano. After showing some positive signs in his rookie season, quarterback Josh Allen now has new targets in Cole Beasley and John Brown to throw the ball to. T.J. Yeldon and Frank Gore help add to the running back depth.


Cleveland Browns

The most notable transaction made by the Browns, this offseason, was when they acquired wide receiver Odell Beckham and defensive end Olivier Vernon, via trade, from the Giants. Kareem Hunt will be suspended the first eight games but he led the NFL in rushing, with the Chiefs, in 2017. Safety Morgan Burnett, defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, and linebacker Adarius Taylor should all play large roles on Cleveland's defensive side of the ball.

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