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    With NFL free agency set to open March 13, every team will be searching for veteran additions to help take them to the next level. Below, we match each team with their ideal free-agent fit:

    Arizona Cardinals: C.J. Mosley, LB

    Mosley will likely garner a great deal of interest on the open market and Arizona has the cap space to offer a rich contract. The team recently released Josh Bynes, and Deone Bucannon is an impending free agent. We love Mosley's fit in Vance Joseph's defense.

    Atlanta Falcons: Morris Claiborne, CB

    The Falcons have to do something about that gaping hole in the secondary opposite Desmond Trufant. Claiborne's size and length fit the profile of what Atlanta looks for in corners and he should come at a reasonable price.

    Baltimore Ravens: Matt Paradis, C

    The new-look Ravens are expected to shift to a run-heavy offense and Paradis excels in space. John Harbaugh and Co. will look to keep Lamar Jackson in one piece moving forward.

    Buffalo Bills: John Brown, WR

    The Bills tried to sign Brown a year ago but lost his services to the Ravens. The speedy receiver compliments the skill set of strong-armed quarterback Josh Allen.

    Carolina Panthers: Ramon Foster, OG

    The Panthers labeled their offensive line a top priority after the season. At 33, Foster isn't a long-term piece, but he'll help clear the pocket for Cam Newton in the short term.

    Chicago Bears: Stephen Gostkowski, K

    With few pressing needs, the Bears would be an ideal fit for one of the top free-agent kickers on the market. After the way last season ended, the team could use a veteran who won't crumble under pressure.

    Cincinnati Bengals: Malcom Brown, DT

    A first-round pick of the Patriots in 2015, Brown is an ideal space-eater along the interior defensive line, freeing up space for Geno Atkins and Carl Lawson to wreak havoc.

    Cleveland Browns: Bryce Callahan, CB

    After a strong season covering the slot, Callahan is expected to receive a sweet deal in free agency. Cleveland has a need at the position and cap space to spend.

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    Dallas Cowboys: Earl Thomas, S

    It's no secret Thomas wants to play for his hometown team. The Cowboys boast a strong defense but have room for improvement at safety.

    Denver Broncos: Adrian Amos, S

    New coaches typically bring along a former player to help implement their system, making Amos a logical target for Denver and Vic Fangio. The Broncos need safety help anyways.

    Detroit Lions: Randall Cobb, WR

    The Lions are set with Marvin Jones Jr. and Kenny Golladay out wide, but Matthew Stafford's play declined following the Golden Tate trade. Cobb offers an intriguing slot weapon with minimal risk.

    Green Bay Packers: Jamison Crowder, WR

    Aside from Davante Adams, the Packers got nothing out their receivers last season. The impending departure of Randall Cobb, who struggled with injuries last year, gives Green Bay a hole in the slot.

    Houston Texans: Ronald Darby, CB

    The Texans are in the market for corners and Darby is the top one available, even with the uncertainty around his health; the former Eagle tore his ACL in Week 10.

    Indianapolis Colts: Golden Tate, WR

    An established receiver to pair with T.Y. Hilton could take the Colts' offense to the next level. Tate's game compliments Hilton's perfectly.

    Jacksonville Jaguars: Jared Cook, TE

    A few roster moves would give the Jaguars the cap room they need to bring in Cook, the top tight end available. Jacksonville hasn't had a 500-yard tight end since 2012.

    Kansas City Chiefs: Ezekiel Ansah, DE

    The Chiefs could be on the prowl for two new pass-rushers after switching to a 4-3 defensive scheme. Ansah fits the bill and may settle for a short-term contract following an injury-riddled campaign in Detroit.

    Los Angeles Chargers: K.J. Wright, LB

    Wright reuniting with former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley would be a dream scenario for both parties, as the Chargers could certainly upgrade the linebacker position.

    Los Angeles Rams: Clay Matthews, LB

    If he embraces a new role, Matthews could help the Rams as a situational pass-rusher. Los Angeles probably won't be able to re-sign Dante Fowler and will have to get creative in free agency given its financial constraints.

    Miami Dolphins: Dante Fowler, DE

    Robert Quinn could be a cap casualty this offseason and Cameron Wake is set to hit the open market. With an eye towards the future, Fowler makes sense as a potential long-term piece for the Dolphins' defense.

    Minnesota Vikings: Thomas Davis, LB

    The Vikings are likely to lose Anthony Barr at linebacker and don't have the cap space to make a blockbuster move. Davis, 35, remained effective last season for the Panthers, who wisely limited his snaps.

    New England Patriots: Tyrell Williams, WR

    Julian Edelman, who turns 33 in May, and Braxton Berrios are the only Patriots receivers under contract in 2019. Williams would be a solid addition from the Chargers.

    New Orleans Saints: Devin Funchess, WR

    The 6-foot-4 Funchess would be a nice under-the-radar pickup for the Saints; they're thin at receiver beyond Michael Thomas and don't have much cap space to work with.

    New York Giants: Daryl Williams, OT

    Two putrid seasons of Chad Wheeler at right tackle should motivate the Giants to find his replacement, and the steady Williams would be a nice one.

    New York Jets: Le'Veon Bell, RB

    The Jets positioned themselves to be able to spend big in 2019 and have been linked to Bell for over a year. New York must surround quarterback Sam Darnold with playmakers.

    Oakland Raiders: Trey Flowers, DE

    No team needs pass-rushing help as much as the Raiders, who boast the cap space and draft capital to turn the direction of the franchise in 2019 before relocating to Las Vegas.

    Philadelphia Eagles: Mark Ingram, RB

    Philadelphia's offense wasn't nearly as efficient after losing Jay Ajayi to a knee injury. With no other glaring needs to address, the Eagles can afford to spend a bit on a veteran running back.

    Pittsburgh Steelers: Jordan Hicks, LB

    The Steelers desperately need a linebacker who can cover, so Hicks is an ideal match. Pittsburgh rarely splurges in free agency and the 26-year-old could be signed for cheap after an injury-riddled career thus far.

    San Francisco 49ers: Adam Humphries, WR

    If Jimmy Garoppolo is intent on throwing inside the numbers, the Niners better get him a receiver who can thrive in the slot and become a long-term offensive fixture.

    Seattle Seahawks: Timmy Jernigan, DT

    Jernigan was a force inside for the Eagles in 2017 but played only three games last year because of injury. Philadelphia released him one year after he signed a four-year, $48-million extension.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyrann Mathieu, S

    New Bucs coach Bruce Arians sang Mathieu's praises non-stop when they were together in Arizona. Mathieu would boost a Tampa Bay defense that gave up a whopping 29 points per game last season.

    Tennessee Titans: Za'Darius Smith, LB

    The up-and-coming Smith would bolster a Tennessee pass rush that was too inconsistent last year. Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees is familiar with Smith from his time in Baltimore.

    Washington Redskins: Landon Collins, S

    Washington has been uncharacteristically quiet in free agency over the past two years. It's hard to believe it'll resist the temptation to throw money at a Pro Bowler from the division rival Giants.

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