NFL's worst offseason moves of 2010 - By Rotoworld's Evan Silva
1. Jets sign Tomlinson
His yards-per-carry average has tumbled by at least a half yard in each of the past four seasons and he is no longer a passing-game asset. Having lost several steps, L.T. was the subject of numerous negative minicamp reports, one of which was entitled "LaDainian is pretty much LaDone." At least the Jets drafted third-down back of the future Joe McKnight as insurance.
2. Browns sign Delhomme
New Browns president Mike Holmgren -- whose track record as a personnel evaluator was already unimpressive -- still gave Delhomme a $12.4 million contract. Don't be surprised if the 35-year-old gets outplayed by Seneca Wallace this preseason.
3. Bills pass on Clausen, twice
New coach Chan Gailey plans to hold a three-way QB competition in camp consisting of injury-prone Trent Edwards, draft bust Brian Brohm, and noodle-armed journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick.
4. Jaguars give Kampman $11 million guaranteed
Entering his age-31 campaign with a reconstructed knee, Kampman isn't a good bet to regain explosiveness until midseason. The Jaguars get burned in free agency every year.
5. Redskins switch to 3-4 defense
6. Smith plays hardball with stars
The risk Smith runs, however, is enormous. Already suspended for the first three games, Jackson's threat to hold out through Week 10 is real, and McNeill has made similar threats. The offense won't be the same without two of its top players.
7. Steelers give Leftwich the nod over Dixon
The Steelers' protection problems on the offensive line -- worsened by stud right tackle Willie Colon's torn Achilles' tendon -- make the decision curious. Leftwich is a statue, while the promising Dixon is a scrambling threat with moxie.
8. League lets Dallas get Bryant
The Cowboys smartly traded up for the Andre Johnson-like talent, and inserted Bryant with their first-team three-receiver set in OTAs. Bryant, Jason Witten, and Miles Austin are going to form a wildly productive pass-catching corps for a long time.