The NFL Offseason has just begun and it is wild

By Arturo Cardenas and Daniel Preciado

Tom Brady back on the field

This NFL offseason has been a rollercoaster full of blockbuster trades and signings.

Denver Broncos trade for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in a blockbuster trade to start off free agency.

 Las Vegas Raiders pull off a trade with the Green Bay Packers to receive All-Pro Receiver Davante Adams.

Davante Adams in Las Vegas Raiders uniform

Buffalo Bills acquire a key piece to the Los Angeles Rams successful super bowl run in Von Miller to a 5 year 120 million dollar deal.

Cleveland Browns Manage a trade with the Houston texans to acquire quarterback Deshaun Watson despite the controversy surrounding him due to his sexual assault allegations.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has come out of retirement after only 2 months, surprising the entire NFL.

Cleveland Browns former quarterback Baker Mayfield has requested a trade after making his frustration known about the organization.

 Many high profile free agents still remain even after a week of free agency.

 Atlanta Falcons have traded quarterback Matt Ryan to the Indianapolis Colts.

 Las Vegas Raiders kick off free agency with signing former Arizona Cardinal Chandler Jones to a 3 year 51 million dollar deal.

Kansas City Chiefs have traded All-Pro wideout Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins making him the highest paid receiver in the history of the NFL.

 Kansas City Chiefs have signed Juju Smith-Schuster to a 1 year 10.7 million dollar deal.

Los Angeles Chargers have signed former New England Patriot J.C Jackson to a 5 year 82.5 million dollar contract.

The big offseason wave has ended however it is not over with the draft coming up soon, teams will look to add even more talent this offseason.

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