10 teams that did the worst in NFL free agency, including the Dallas Cowboys

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The biggest winner in NFL free agency rarely wins the Super Bowl. However, while making the biggest splashes doesn’t guarantee success, it’s rarely a good sign when an NFL team gets worse in a year when the NFL salary cap explodes.

With the salary cap increasing by $30.6 million this year, every team had an opportunity to do something. Some were either quiet or overpaid. While it doesn’t mean these clubs are destined for failure in the fall, they didn’t make things any easier on themselves next season.

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Here are the 10 teams that did the worst in NFL free agency.

Buffalo Bills

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Jacksonville Jaguars

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Indianapolis Colts

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New Orleans Saints

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Arizona Cardinals

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Denver Broncos

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Baltimore Ravens

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Los Angeles Chargers

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San Francisco 49ers

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Dallas Cowboys

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