NFL Nation reporters evaluate what all 32 teams should do when free agency kicks off next week.
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Atlanta Falcons: With almost $30 million in salary-cap space, the Falcons must find pass-rush help and a new No. 2 wide receiver. Read more.
Arizona Cardinals: Arizona should fill its need at pass-rusher and sign Tamba Hali, who has 86 career sacks. Read more.
Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens must find a way to re-sign offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele and add an experienced cornerback. Read more.
Buffalo Bills: If the price is right, the Bills should re-sign Richie Incognito, then find some veteran insurance for LeSean McCoy. Read more.
Carolina Panthers: Carolina needs to make a run at former Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle, then sign a veteran, every-down defensive end. Read more.
Chicago Bears: The Bears desperately need help at inside linebacker, and signing Danny Trevathan should be their top priority. Read more.
Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals must keep Marvin Jones, their proven No. 2 wide receiver, and hope he rebuffs external offers. Read more.
Cleveland Browns: The Browns need to focus on signing a wide receiver, and Marvin Jones knows Hue Jackson well. Read more.
Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys should let the market come to them, but they might also target a playmaker in the secondary. Read more.
Denver Broncos: Getting quarterback Brock Osweiler under contract is the Broncos' most important move in the early parts of free agency. Read more.
Detroit Lions: The Lions need to bolster the defensive line, and making a run at Malik Jackson should be their top priority. Read more.
Green Bay Packers: Considering the 2016 draft class is not deep at tight end, the Packers' best bet at finding a new TE will be through free agency. Read more.
Houston Texans: Houston should focus on re-signing guard Brandon Brooks, then set its sights on a speedy wide receiver. Read more.
Indianapolis Colts: The Colts should try to sign cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who would be a great fit on the opposite side of Vontae Davis. Read more.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Flush with cap space, the Jaguars must sign safety Eric Weddle and outside linebacker Bruce Irvin. Read more.
Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs should re-sign veteran linebacker Derrick Johnson, then sign a cornerback to replace Sean Smith, who appears on his way out. Read more.
Los Angeles Rams: After giving the franchise tag to cornerback Trumaine Johnson, the Rams' next move should be to lock up versatile defender Mark Barron. Read more.
Miami Dolphins: Miami's top priorities should be to add a top-shelf guard and get some secondary help. Read more.
Minnesota Vikings: Minnesota needs to find an upgrade at wide receiver and add some protection for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Read more.
New England Patriots: The Patriots need to take a look at adding running back Matt Forte and tight end Dwayne Allen. Read more.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints need help throughout their defense, and a second-tier pass-rusher makes sense as their top target. Read more.
New York Giants: The Giants must open the wallet for pass-rush help and also add a free safety. Read more.
New York Jets: First on the list for the Jets? Re-signing quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick as soon as possible. Read more.
Oakland Raiders: First order of business for the Raiders? Re-signing their left tackle Donald Penn to protect Derek Carr's blindside. Read more.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers have a tough choice to make along the offensive line: Should they re-sign Ramon Foster or Kelvin Beachum? Read more.
Philadelphia Eagles: With glaring holes on offense, the Eagles need two starting guards and a wide receiver who can actually catch. Read more.
San Diego Chargers: San Diego must sign wide receiver/returner Travis Benjamin and focus on retaining tight end Antonio Gates. Read more.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers must re-sign nose tackle Ian Williams, then focus on getting some more defensive help. Read more.
Seattle Seahawks: Seattle's No. 1 priority? Figure out its left tackle situation, whether that's re-signing Russell Okung or looking elsewhere. Read more.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers need help at every position in the secondary after having one of the NFL's worst pass defenses last season. Read more.
Tennessee Titans: Tennessee must find veteran leadership for its offensive line and sign former Browns safety Tashaun Gipson. Read more.
Washington Redskins: The Redskins must sign Damon Harrison, the top free-agent nose tackle on the market. Read more.