NFL Offseason Forecast: What's next for all 32 teams

  • Published: Feb. 15, 2013 at 08:18 p.m.

With the offseason officially under way, Around The League will examine what's next for all 32 teams.
Eagles will be active in Kelly's first offseason

Andy Reid was the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL and winningest coach in Eagles history. He's been replaced by former-Oregon coach Chip Kelly, renowned for his outside-the-box creativity and up-tempo spread offense. Read
Redskins look to build on promising season

The Washington Redskins' 2013 season will no doubt hinge on the health of Robert Griffin III. Team brass will look to add depth and versatility around their quarterback in the months to come. Read
Chargers' new brass tasked with rebuilding

A.J. Smith and Norv Turner left the roster a mess in San Diego. New GM Tom Telesco and coach Mike McCoy are tasked with rebuilding this offseason around QB Philip Rivers. Read
Broncos face closing window for title

With Peyton Manning and Champ Bailey in the twilight of their Hall of Fame careers, there's a sense of urgency with the Denver Broncos to do more than just make the playoffs. Read
Chiefs have decision to make with No. 1 pick

The front office and coaching staff was gutted after another 2-14 season. The new Kansas City Chiefs leadership begins its reign with the No. 1 pick in the draft. Read
Raiders face tough task

The Oakland Raiders slumped to a 4-12 record this season, missing the playoffs for the 11th straight year. Dan Hanzus breaks down the Raiders' imposing challenge. Read
Winds of change for Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens won a Super Bowl title no one saw coming -- just don't expect to see the same Ravens team next season. Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the changes ahead for 2013. Read
Browns face another offseason of change

The one constant in Cleveland has been change, and plenty of it. With a new owner, coaching staff and front office, the Browns are in for yet another offseason makeover on both sides of the ball. Read
Bengals need playmakers to take next step

After posting back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in 30 years, the Bengals need an infusion of playmakers to get over the playoff hump. Read
Exodus could take place in Steel City

The Pittsburgh Steelers are a franchise known for continuity. But their roster is expected to change dramatically this offseason. Are veterans like Mike Wallace done in the Steel City? Read
Big decisions loom for Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars are a hot mess. New general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley are tasked with figuring out Blaine Gabbert's situation. Dan Hanzus previews Jacksonville's important offseason. Read
Texans face glut of free agents

The Houston Texans started out like a house on fire, but couldn't seal the deal in the playoffs. Marc Sessler previews their offseason. With almost 20 UFAs on the roster, are major changes ahead? Read
Make-or-break season for Titans nucleus

While a talent infusion is needed on defense, the biggest offensive improvements on the Tennessee Titans must come from players already on the roster. Read
Expect change to continue in young Colts

What do the Indianapolis Colts need in 2013? Pass rushers and pass protectors would be a welcome addition to a team eager to build upon its strong 2012 campaign. Read
Bill face new era with Marrone

Buffalo had big expectations in 2012 but struggled to a 6-10 finish. Patrick Crawley examines what the new-look Bills need to do differently this offseason. Read
'Fins can get tools to aid Tannehill

The Dolphins made headway in 2012, but their work is far from complete. Henry Hodgson takes a look at what's next in Miami, including the major work that could take place during free agency. Read
Jets face crucial offseason

The Jets can finally put 2012 behind them, but serious work remains. New general manager John Idzik will attempt to rebuild the Jets as they leave "ground and pound" behind once and for all. Read
Can Patriots stay on top?

The New England Patriots got a bye in the playoffs again, but they didn't come away with a title. Gregg Rosenthal previews their offseason. Will Wes Welker and Aqib Talib stay in the fold? Read