The NFL season is coming to an end, and with the offseason right on the horizon, let us take a look at the first move each NFL team should make this offseason.
The 2018 NFL season was filled with surprises, and disappointments, as the Philadelphia Eagles failed to repeat as Super Bowl champs. Sure, Nick Foles did everything he could to get his team back there, but in the end, the New Orleans Saints made enough plays to get the job done.
As we look towards Super Bowl Sunday, there is never a bad time to start thinking about what teams may do to improve their roster next season. Every year, teams come out of nowhere to become playoff contenders, and next season should prove no different than years past.
Here is the first move each NFL team should make this offseason.
Arizona Cardinals: Sign WR Adam Humphries
Let us start with the Arizona Cardinals, who won a league-low three games this past season. In head coach Steven Wilks first, and only season at the helm, the Cardinals were inept on both sides of the ball, all the while trying to work a rookie quarterback in to being comfortable at the NFL level.
Well, Wilks was fired after the season, and was replaced with Kliff Kingsbury, who coach Kansas City Chiefs start quarterback Patrick Mahomes at Texas Tech. The hope is that Kingsbury can get Josh Rosen pointed in the right direction, and it would be wise for the team to go out and get a wideout in free agency.
One player who could be a nice fit in the desert is Adam Humphries, who is fresh off a solid season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2018. The Cardinals need weapons on the offensive side of the ball, and Humphries is a guy who has proven he can make plays at the NFL level. Arizona needs a lot of help for 2019, and Kingsbury is going to want to get off to a hot start.