WR, Jets - 5 years, $36.2 Million
Think the Jets needed a new No. 1 receiver? Consider this: Of the 94 WRs who garnered at least 25 percent of their team's targets last season, Stephen Hill ranked 83rd in yards per route run (1.02). Meanwhile, Decker has averaged 86 catches and 1,176 yards in Denver since 2012. His numbers will certainly decline without Peyton Manning, but count on Decker, 27, to create his share of big plays in the Meadowlands (see chart).
DE, Bucs - 5 years, $43.7 Million
Tampa Bay hasn't had a player rack up double-digit sacks since Simeon Rice had 14 in 2005. Last season the Bucs' top ends -- Adrian Clayborn, Daniel Te'o-Nesheim and Da'Quan Bowers -- combined for just 10 sacks. With the Bengals, the 6-foot-7, 270-pound Johnson, 27, ranked among the league's top pass-rushing 4-3 DEs (see chart). Plus, in 2013, his 8.4 percent stop rate on run plays ranked fifth best among 4-3 ends. No wonder Cincinnati tagged him as a franchise player last season.
LB, Browns - 4 years, $24 Million
Cleveland wouldn't have needed a new inside linebacker if D'Qwell Jackson were still playing like it was 2011. But last season, Jackson's 5.9 percent stop rate on run plays was fourth worst among all ILBs. Although he's 32, Dansby is still one of the most complete 'backers in the game: He led all LBs in passes defended in each of the past two seasons (see chart) and ranked seventh in the league with a 10.8 percent stop rate on run plays.