Highlighting Every NFL Team’s Best and Worst Offseason Move so Far

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    The best: Signed Justin Hunter

    There’s no pledge Hunter even creates Pittsburgh’s final roster, though he’s guaranteed most zero on a one-year, $855,000 deal. No risk, a lot of intensity reward.

    He’s big, quick and still usually 25, and we wouldn’t be astounded during all to see him mangle out as a low hazard with a Steelers. For a group that is always still in giveaway agency, this was an underrated signing.

            

    The worst: Signed Tyson Alualu

    Meanwhile, they gave a two-year, $6 million understanding to Alualu, who is on a wrong side of 30 after unwell to live adult to expectations as a top-10 collect in Jacksonville.

    The defensive lineman has never warranted a certain PFF class in his seven-year career. He doesn’t make large plays, and he doesn’t do any one thing quite well. 

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