Who every team should re-sign, let walk, and target in free agency

The PFF staff previews free agency for all 32 NFL franchises, naming players to re-sign, let walk, and target.

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(AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

(AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Who every team should re-sign, let walk, and target in free agency

As free agency approaches, every team faces a few key decisions. The Pro Football Focus staff previews free agency for every franchise, identifying which players to re-sign, who to let walk, and which players to target on the open market.

(Editor’s note: To see every 2016 free agent—sortable by 2015 PFF grade, snap count, age, and status—be sure to visit our free agency tracker.)

AFC East

BUF: Bills’ free agent O-linemen may prove too costly

MIA: Miami should let free agents Olivier Vernon, Lamar Miller walk

NE: Patriots should re-sign LeGarrette Blount, target Jermaine Kearse

NYJ: Wilkerson, Harrison top priorities in Jets’ crowded free agent pool

AFC North

BAL: Breaking down the Ravens’ top free-agent decisions

CIN: Bengals must spend to keep secondary intact

CLE: Browns should re-sign Mitchell Schwartz, target LeGarrette Blount

PIT: Why Steelers should re-sign Kelvin Beachum, target Eric Weddle

AFC South

HOU: Texans should re-sign Brandon Weeden, spend on targets

IND: Re-signing Jerrell Freeman top priority for Colts in free agency

JAX: Jacksonville should spend big on free agent Malik Jackson

TEN: Breaking down Tennessee’s free agency priorities

AFC West

DEN: Brock Osweiler among Broncos’ biggest free agent decisions

KC: Why Chiefs should re-sign Sean Smith, let Jaye Howard walk in free agency

OAK: Oakland likely to be key player in free agency

SD: O-line is top priority for Chargers in free agency

NFC East

DAL: Why Cowboys should re-sign free agents Greg Hardy, Jeremy Mincey

NYG: Why Giants should re-sign Robert Ayers, let Prince Amukamara walk

PHI: Bradford, Thurmond among key free agent questions for Eagles

WAS: Breaking down Washington’s biggest free agent decisions

NFC North

CHI: Bears should re-sign offensive weapons, shop for defensive help

DET: Breaking down Detroit’s key free-agent decisions

GB: Re-signing Casey Hayward top priority for Packers in free agency

MIN: Vikings should let Chad Greenway walk, spend on left tackle

NFC South

ATL: Breaking down the Falcons’ key free agent decisions

CAR: Re-signing free agent Josh Norman priority No. 1 for Panthers

NO: Why Saints should target situational pass-rushers in free agency

TB: Bucs should spend big on Olivier Vernon, not Doug Martin

NFC West

ARI: How Cardinals can address pass rush through free agency

LA: Rams must add targets through free agency

SF: 49ers should re-sign Ian Williams, let Reggie Bush walk

SEA: Seahawks’ offensive line is priority No. 1 in free agency

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