With NFL Free Agency kicking off about a month ago, many teams have looked to plug holes that their team had last season. They will do so even more once the NFL Draft starts on April 26.

Not every team rummages through the free agent market though. Here are the teams that have been least active in adding new players, whether through free agency or trades, so far in the Offseason.

To see the teams that have been the busiest in the offseason, click here.

Atlanta Falcons

  • Additions: Justin Bethel - CB, Brandon Fusco - G, Logan Paulsen - TE

The Falcons are currently tied with the Steelers for the least free agent signings of players who were on different teams in 2017.

The most important one is Fusco, who should be penciled in as the team’s starting right guard.

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Additions: Matt Barkley - QB, Chris Baker - DT, Preston Brown - LB, Cordy Glenn - OT (trade), Bobby Hart - OT

The Bengals’ slow offseason also saw them slide down nine picks from 12th overall to 21st in their trade for Glenn. The team hasn’t done much yet to help head coach Marvin Lewis finally get his first playoff win in what will be his 16th season.

Dallas Cowboys

  • Additions: Kony Ealy - DE, Cameron Fleming - OT, Allen Hurns - WR, Marcus Martin - G, Jamize Olawale - FB (trade), Joe Thomas - LB, Deonte Thompson - WR

The Cowboys started off very slowly in acquiring new players in the offseason.

The two key ones that they eventually added may be Hurns and Thompson after they decided to cut Dez Bryant and see Brice Butler sign with the Cardinals.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Additions: Kenneth Acker - CB, Denico Autry - DE, Eric Ebron - TE, Najee Goode - LB, Ryan Grant - WR, Matt Slauson - G

While the Colts haven’t necessarily been very active in free agency, they traded the third overall pick to the Jets.

In exchange, they dropped down just three spots to six, picked up the 37th and 49th overall selections, and acquired a 2019 second round pick.

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Additions: Virgil Green - TE, Mike Pouncey - C, Geno Smith - QB, Caleb Sturgis - K, Jaylen Watkins - S

Not much has gone on this offseason for the Chargers, but they did sign a kicker after using four last season.

Sturgis has seen his field goal accuracy go up every season he has been in the league, and he has made 81 percent of his career field goal attempts.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Additions: Nat Berhe - S, Jon Bostic - LB, Morgan Burnett - S

The Steelers had very little salary cap room to start the offseason but did a good job in signing Bostic and Burnett to fairly inexpensive deals. Both of those players will likely be starters on defense for Pittsburgh. The team has never used a free agency like others to try to build their team.