For the Cardinals, signing Watt is about bolstering a leaky defense but also acquiring a status symbol. Arizona landing someone of his caliber gives the appearance of being a real player in the league, especially after limping to an 8-8 finish a few months ago.New England Patriots
11. Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (The Cardinals signed Watt to a two-year, $31 million deal on March 1.)Kansas City Chiefs
Carolina is in the same situation as a few other teams, with a good amount of cap space and no quarterback to spend it on. The Panthers are seemingly looking to upgrade from Teddy Bridgewater but that might have to happen in the draft. In the meantime, they could continue to build up a defense that was very young last season.Los Angeles Chargers
Before he tore his ACL late in the 2017 season, Carson Wentz was an MVP candidate. His offensive coordinator that season, of course, was his new head coach — Frank Reich.
Addressing the offensive line will be a focus for the Chiefs, particularly with tackles Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher coming off serious injuries. They also might be looking at help for the back seven on defense. Read more from Adam Teicher
The Rams could use depth on their offensive line, so Anchrum and Brewer could be players to watch.Indianapolis Colts
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