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To win a Super Bowl, you don’t need the most draft capital. While it’s absolutely true that hitting on draft picks is hard thus having more arrows (picks) in your quiver improves your odds of nailing a higher volume of draft picks, teams don’t need to go overboard amassing draft capital.

The scenario is highly unlikely. Even in 2008, when Brett Favre wanted to return to the Green Bay Packers, who had already moved on to Aaron Rodgers, the NFC North club wasn’t about to trade him to a division rival, which is how Favre landed with the New York Jets. In a similar vein, the Texans probably won’t deal Watson to a division rival. The possibility of facing him in the AFC is scary enough.

Focusing on the Saints, they are set to replace Drew Brees (assuming he indeed does retire). Taysom Hill has seemed like the anointed successor, and re-signing Jameis Winston is a possibility if he finds a cold market in free agency. With their well-known cap issues, the Saints won’t be ponying up big for anyone in free agency.Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson is potentially ready to move on from the Seattle Seahawks, and reportedly listed the New York Jets among his preferred destinations.Washington Redskins (Football Team)

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The good news for Tomlin and his coaching staff is that the teams front seven still boasts impressive talent without Dupree in the fold. Stars like T.J. Watt and Cameron Heyward will keep this unit playing at a high-level next season.Houston Texans

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In a rare – and significant -- move, Wilson’s agent, Mark Rodgers, supplied ESPN’s Adam Schefter with a list of only four teams the quarterback would go to via trade: the Cowboys, the Saints, the Raiders and… the Bears.New Orleans Saints

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Rankins is excited for free agency, but he may not receive many big-money offers. It only takes one team to bring him aboard, but his being overlooked in media rankings probably isn't a great sign of things to come. For his sake, here's hoping he garners more attention than the 98.7-average ranked free agent.
  


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