Hopkins was pretty much the only viable target in Houston's passing game last season. That won't be the case anymore.
The Bears didn't take a quarterback during the 2016 NFL Draft but shortly after the draft concluded on Saturday evening, the team agreed to terms with Brian Hoyer.
While many teams stress the best-player-available strategy in the NFL Draft, there's no denying that need plays some part in each team's offseason plans. Which weaknesses are teams looking to fill?
Detroit has not drafted a quarterback since Matthew Stafford in 2009.
John Elway may have said all the right things publicly about wanting to keep Brock Osweiler in Denver, but the reality is that he wasn't going to get into a bidding war.
The Eagles' decision this week to sign Sam Bradford to a two-year, $36 million contract wasn't a popular one among some fans -- but was it the right one?
Johnson has amazingly put up some of the best numbers of all time while catching passes from a motley crew of quarterbacks.
Joe Flacco's cap hit for the next few seasons is massive. The Ravens might want to fix that.
Good news for the Texans: Their star wideout doesn't want to leave anytime soon.
That the Texans are in the market for a franchise quarterback should come as news to exactly no one.

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