2019 NFL free-agency ratings: Most impactful moves for all 32 teams
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The 2019 NFL free-agency period contains all sorts of highlights — or is it lowlights for some teams? — spanning trades for quarterbacks (Ryan Tannehill), the movement of veteran safeties (Earl Thomas), the addition of top-tier receivers (Antonio Brown) and much more.
NFL Nation rates each team in its free-agent efforts as well as its most impactful move.
Start with the teams that scored a perfect rating or click the corresponding logo to jump ahead to your team:
Most impactful move: The Bills made former Chiefs center Mitch Morse the highest paid in the NFL at his position, signing him to a four-year deal that averages $11.1 million per season. He is expected to anchor an offensive line that could have as many as four new starters in 2019 under new O-line coach Bobby Johnson. Buffalo is hoping its offensive line can protect quarterback Josh Allen better in his second season while paving the way for a revival of running back LeSean McCoy‘s career. — Mike Rodak
Key subtractions: John Miller, guard
Most impactful move: Carolina signing arguably the best available