NFL free agency is about filling needs and finding established starters who can step into a roster immediately and fill holes. We saw plenty of that during 2022's free-agency period through signings and a flurry of trades that changed the landscape of many franchises, with star quarterbacks and wide receivers switching teams.
That said, free agency is just one part of the NFL's offseason and team-building opportunities. The NFL draft remains king when it comes to building a team and is still the best avenue for reshaping a roster -- thanks to cost and the ability to find sleepers in later rounds.
With the 2022 draft coming up at the end of the month, our NFL draft analysts Matt Miller and Jordan Reid take a look at what each team still needs to add to its roster heading into the night of April 28, when Round 1 kicks off from Las Vegas.
Who needs a quarterback? Which teams will be vying for wide receivers in what could be a record-breaking first round for the position? Let's find out.