NFL offseason rewind: Best moves, looming questions for all 32


The NFL wrapped up its offseason last week and the league is officially on vacation until camp opens at the end of July.
How did teams fare? Our team of NFL Nation reporters looks back at the offseason, gives each franchise a status report and predicts the biggest question going into training camp.
What will Minnesota’s offense look like under new coordinator John DeFilippo? Don’t expect a ton of wholesale changes, but perhaps a scheme that will bring out the best of Kirk Cousins’ skill set (play-action, deep ball) while working to turn around his weaknesses (red zone turnovers). Training camp practices will provide a look into how comfortable Cousins is in the Vikings' offense and with his skill players. Read more.
What will the offensive line look like? The only certainty is former first-round pick Ronnie Stanley at left tackle and perennial Pro Bowler Marshal Yanda at right guard. The other three spots -- left guard (Alex Lewis or James Hurst), center (Matt Skura or Lewis) and right tackle (Hurst or Orlando Brown Jr.) -- are up in the air. Read more.
Who will start opposite James Bradberry at cornerback? Ross Cockrell seemingly has the edge based on experience, but rookie Donte Jackson appears to have more upside in speed and cover ability. For the front seven to play free and pressure the quarterback, there has to be trust in the cornerbacks. Read more.
What kind of impact will wide receiver Allen Robinson have on Chicago’s offense? Robinson put up monster numbers for Jacksonville (80 catches, 1,400 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns) in 2015, but he sat out almost the entire 2017 season with a torn ACL. Robinson participated in only individual drills at the tail end of the Bears’ offseason program, so he still needs to bond with Mitchell Trubisky. Read more.
Who will play left tackle? Joe Thomas’ retirement leaves a huge need at the most important position on the offensive line. Shon Coleman got the longest look in the offseason, but the Browns have to work out who starts at the position and how much they can ask from him. Thomas was so good that the team could start each game plan assuming he could handle the opposing team’s best pass-rusher. It will require some work on the coaching staff’s part to account for the drop in talent from Thomas to his replacement. Read more.