The NFL’s draft is just days away, and it’s already shaping up to be a frenzy of activity.
With the NFL season set to begin in earnest this Friday, here’s a look at the league’s free agency priorities.
New York Giants: The Giants are the only team with a winning record since their Super Bowl win in 2017.
The team also has one of the NFL best defenses.
But what about the team’s new head coach?
The first-year coach will likely get plenty of consideration in free agency, and he’s the perfect fit for New York’s offense.
While Eli Manning will likely be the Giants’ starter, he’ll be expected to play a big role in the offense as well.
The Giants will be led by rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr. He’ll get a huge boost from quarterback Eli Manning.
The former quarterback will be the team leader in receptions and receiving yards, and Beckham has the ability to make plays all over the field.
New England Patriots: The Patriots have a lot of potential on offense and could be a great fit for a team that will have an offensive line that’s among the best in the league.
While it’s not a perfect fit, the Patriots could be the best option for the veteran receiver.
The first overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Devin Funchess is the perfect compliment to Wes Welker, who is coming off an incredible rookie season.
The Patriots will be in a great position to add a receiver to complement their receiving core.
The offensive line in Boston has been among the worst in the NFL in terms of play, and the Patriots have been linked to a number of receivers over the years.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints could be another team that could be in the running to sign former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones.
The Saints have been mentioned as one of several teams that could target Jones in free agent negotiations.
Jones was drafted by the Steelers with the 23rd overall pick and has led them to the playoffs twice in the last three seasons.
The 24-year-old has some big shoes to fill in New Orleans, which has been struggling under head coach Sean Payton for several years.
Jones would be an ideal fit for the Saints offense, which is led by running back Alvin Kamara.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound running back can catch the ball, run and catch the occasional pass.
New Washington Redskins: Former Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has been on the market for months.
Fitzpatrick is one of those quarterbacks that can be used as a backup to Tom Brady, and that could change this offseason if the quarterback is willing to go to the open market.
With two first-round picks in 2019, Washington could be looking to sign a quarterback this offseason.
The Redskins have a number other needs to address, and a former quarterback would be a perfect solution.
In a league that has been flooded with quarterbacks in recent years, the Redskins should be able to sign one in free-agent negotiations.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans should be in good shape heading into free agency this offseason, and they’ll likely be one of a number teams that will look to add depth to their offensive line.
The Titans had a number issues in 2016, and new offensive coordinator Greg Olson is the ideal candidate to help fill some of those holes.
Olson is known for his work on the offensive line, and with the Titans in need of help, he’s a perfect candidate for the position.
The free-agents that the Titans could be targeting would be offensive linemen Justin Pugh and Jake Matthews, who both spent time with the Tennessee Titans last season.
New Chicago Bears: The Bears have a slew of needs on offense heading into the offseason, but one that they’ll probably need to address is the quarterback position.
New coach Lovie Smith is known as one to play the quarterback, and former quarterback Ryan Mallett could be an option to add some stability to the offense.
Mallett has spent time in Chicago with the Bears, and while he’s not the quarterback of the future, he is a veteran with some experience in the quarterback-needy division.
Mallet could be very well suited to play in the Bears offense.
The Bears offense is a combination of the old-school style that Mallett is known to play and the modern offense that Smith has developed.
Mallette has thrown for 3,097 yards, 35 touchdowns and just six interceptions during his time in Miami.
New Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins’ offensive line has been one of their biggest issues in recent seasons.
This could be one area where they’ll be looking for a quarterback to play behind Ryan Tannehill.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tanlehill has been a huge disappointment in his career, and Tannehills new offensive system could fit the mold for the Dolphins.
Tannehuis offensive system is built around the run game and the quarterback being able to throw the football deep.
With Ryan Tanneyhill, the Dolphins could be able add a quarterback that