We have done this once, but it has been a few weeks since then. Let us see what has happened since then.
Re-signed: Derrick Mason (2yr)
Gained- Antonio Bryant, (4 yr 28 million)
Lost- Larry Johnson, Shaun Smith
Lost- None yet
Re-signed- A bunch of nonames.
Lost- Derek Anderson, Rex Hadnot
Has the division as a whole grown alot? Who has improved the most? Has anyone taken a step back?
The division has still not taken major hits talentwise, losing only LJ, Edwards, Bannan and DA of note. So I guess technically everyone has improved at this point.
1) Ravens- solidified WR corp, added 1 subtracted 2 on the d-line. Still need help in the secondary and at TE.
2) Steelers- Added major depth on defense, and a bunch of special teams contributors. Still need help on the o-line and in the secondary
3) Bengals- 1 big move, 1 big loss. So far the moves have been lateral
4) Browns- a bunch of small moves that should improve them a few wins. They look to be priming themselves to grab a QB early. Maybe the Colt McCoy to the Browns in the 2nd round rumors hold some weight?