Thirty-one NFL teams earned at least a C-minus mark in our 2016 offseason grades featuring insights from ESPN Insider analysts Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Mark Dominik and Field Yates. Then there were the Cleveland Browns, who pared back an already shaky roster to an extent that our analysts thought might be the point of no easy return.
Two contenders and two recently rebuilding teams earned "A" grades, but in some cases, our analysts agreed to disagree. Should the Green Bay Packers be more proactive in acquiring veteran talent in free agency? Did the Philadelphia Eagles have a coherent plan at quarterback? Did the Denver Broncos mismanage their quarterback and running back situations? Questions such as these have no absolute answers. The value is in the discussion.