Boldest offseason moves for all 32 NFL teams

Brock Osweiler's move from the Denver to Houston represented a risk for both franchises, while the Jets have been bold in their approach with free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick. USA TODAY Sports

Quarterbacks Brock Osweiler, Jared Goff, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Carson Wentz played leading roles in some of the most dramatic moves this NFL offseason. My run through all 32 teams' boldest and/or riskiest offseason decisions extends from ownership to coaching to rosters and beyond.

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Arizona Cardinals

The move: Acquiring pass-rusher Chandler Jones

The Cardinals have been the NFC's second, fifth and second seeds during three seasons under coach Bruce Arians, but the team has fallen short of a Super Bowl while scrambling to produce an outside pass-rush from declining veterans. Jones' addition via trade with New England signals a commitment to getting the Cardinals over the top in the playoffs this season. Jones has 30 sacks over the past three regular seasons, while Calais Campbell (21) and John Abraham (11.5) lead Arizona with a combined 32.5 over that span. Jones has no contract beyond 2016, but the win-now Cardinals can worry about that later.