The NFL’s final four make moves to improve their rosters
I’ve been a huge proponent of the Packers adding Rondale Moore since the beginning of the season. Moore is a dynamic athlete and playmaker that makes magic with the ball in his hands. While he was shorter than most believe, Moore measured in at 5-foot-7 at his pro day, he still ranked in the 99th percentile in every other combine category. Moore would be the perfect compliment to Devante Adams and finally give Aaron Rodgers the first-round wide receiver he has been asking for.
Another player that has been rising during the offseason, Northwestern’s Greg Newsome II is in the first round conversation. Outside of Tre’davious White, the Bills corners were shaky at points. The team has not brought back Josh Norman, who was the team’s number two corner in 2020, which could be an indication of the team looking for a corner in the draft.
Since the Super Bowl loss for the Chiefs, everyone has asked how the team will improve the offensive line for Patrick Mahomes. It started by cutting the two starting offensive tackles, but signing Joe Thuney, Kyle Long, re-signing Mike Remmers, and signing Austin Blythe.
It is very difficult to point at what needs the Buccaneers have following their Super Bowl victory. With that in mind, the team could become more dangerous on the offensive side of the ball and save money while doing so. By drafting Toney, the team would add another dynamic wideout that could fill in for Antonio Brown and allow the team to let Chris Godwin walk in free agency next offseason.