10 worst NFL moves this offseason

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Every NFL team and fanbase likes to think they made all the right moves this offseason, but that’s not the case. As we’ll learn over the next few months and years, some teams made decisions that will have a strong negative impact on their immediate and future outlook. But which NFL offseason moves were the worst?

New York Giants letting Saquon Barkley sign with division rivals

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles OTA
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Buffalo Bills trading Stefon Diggs for 2025 draft capital

Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs
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Atlanta Falcons drafting Michael Penix Jr. over a top defender

NFL: Atlanta Falcons-Rookie Minicamp
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New England Patriots moving on from Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick
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Denver Broncos cutting bait on Russell Wilson

NFL: Denver Broncos at Las Vegas Raiders
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Las Vegas Raiders lacking a QB plan

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders
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Tennessee Titans firing Mike Vrabel

Syndication: Akron Beacon Journal
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Los Angeles Chargers taking Joe Alt instead of Malik Nabers

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers OTA
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Seattle Seahawks retiring Pete Carroll

Syndication: Arizona Republic
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Carolina Panthers failing to get strong value in Brian Burns trade

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers
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