New York Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr to the Cleveland Browns for Jabrill Pepper and two draft picks on Tuesday.
The New York Jets made a couple of big moves on defence on Tuesday, though only one of those deals remained in place as the free agency window prepared to officially open.
Buffalo Bills have been very active in NFL free agency, adding Mitch Morse and Frank Gore along with several other potential difference makers.
As always in free agency, there are plenty of wide receivers available, though somewhat inevitably, most fit the profile of a WR2 or lower.
The defensive tackle pool is pretty shallow this year in free agency, lacking a big-name emerging talent who is primed to get paid.
New Orleans Saints dominated the NFC South in the 2018/19 NFL season. The Panthers, Buccaneers and Falcons still have reason for optimism in 2019/20.
Quality offensive linemen are difficult to find. As a result, above average players, or those who have suddenly had a breakout season, find themselves in a prime position to get seriously paid in free agency.
Indianapolis Colts dominated the AFC South last season, making a surprise playoff run. Texans, Jaguars and Titans have a lot of catching up to do.
The Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys have challenging offseasons ahead as they address weaknesses.
New England Patriots won yet another Super Bowl earlier this year, but that doesn't mean it's all bleak for the rest of the AFC East.