The offseason is brewing some exciting rumors as some of the biggest teams make their way to the NFL market. While some teams might spend big on retaining their own talents, a lot of the others would be looking to make big money signings. Fans of the game as well as betting enthusiasts would be looking forward to the new season. Now betting enthusiasts can get access to NFL online betting by visiting the linked-up page. Such online portals help enthusiasts stay in touch with the game, and even get access to the best odds as well as tips for the upcoming matches. With the 2020 NFL season in sight, teams would be looking to recruit quality players as soon as possible.
The Miami Dolphins currently have the most selections in the 2020 NFL draft with 12 to their name. The Dolphins also have a huge cap space in the NFL at a massive $93.7 million. They’d want to get big names in their ranks by signing players like Melvin Gordon and A.J. Green. Such names would definitely make them a better ball playing side, but they would not want to stop just there. The Miami Dolphins’ defense was ranked last in points per game at just 30.9. It seems like the Dolphins would need to spend big in the next phase. They really need quality guards like Brandon Scherff. General Manager Chris Grier said that finding a quarterback is on their mind this offseason. The Miami Dolphins gave up 58 sacks last season and getting proven tackle like Anthony Castonzo would totally make sense given the condition of their defense.
Las Vegas Raiders
Jon Gurden looks keen on spending some big money given the current situation. The Raiders don’t have a lot of free agents that they would want to retain. They would be hoping to get their hands on free agents who would work in sync with the rest of the team. Free agents like Emmanuel Sanders and A.J. Green would be on top of their list. The Las Vegas Raiders have two first-round picks this time and as things stand, they would be looking to spend big.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
One of only four teams to have an excess of $80 million in cap space, Tampa Bay Buccaneers will surely look to make use of their cap space. They need to sign top quality players. They are short on Quarterbacks at the moment and players like Philip Rivers could add much needed quality in the backline. The Buccaneers haven’t been in contention for quite some time and spending some big money looks imminent.
With a cap space of about $86 million, the Indianapolis Colts would be looking to add some talented players to their team. They would miss the presence of Anthony Castonzo in the left tackle position and would definitely be looking for a quality replacement. Acquiring free agents such as A.J. Green, Emmanuel Sanders or Amari Cooper would mean spending huge and Colts would definitely look to cash in.