Cordarrelle Patterson probably won't be in Minnesota after the 2016 season.
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?
The Rams and Browns are desperately in search of their next franchise quarterbacks, but they're still tough to come by, even when you have the first two picks in the draft.
Detroit has not drafted a quarterback since Matthew Stafford in 2009.
The Packers finally signed a free agent, another weapon for Aaron Rodgers. Tight end Jared Cook brings potential and disappointment -- in the form of drops and inconsistency -- from St. Louis to Green Bay.
The deal is reportedly for one year and worth $3.6 million.
Aaron Rodgers would be far and away the best quarterback Cook has ever played with.
Davis filled in for an injured Josh McCown and Monday and will get the start in Week 13.
The Panthers are for real (could run the table!) and much more from the week that was.
In an outsized NFL, it has become too easy for rich owners to fire coaches and GMs and eat millions. If you think the coaching carnage has been bad so far, just wait.

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