Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh: NFC North coaches will be pleased not to face this behemoth twice a season. Suh became the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, signing a six-year deal worth $114 million. He is an opposing offensive coordinator's nightmare and a defensive coordinator's dream with how disruptive he can be on the line.

Raiders WR Amari Cooper: Taken with the fourth overall pick in this year's draft, he is going to be fun to watch for a long time. Cooper has a polished enough game to make an immediate impact, and he has a good shot at winning this season's Offensive Rookie of the Year award.

Bills RB LeSean McCoy: In one of many head-scratching moves this offseason by the Eagles, the Bills acquired McCoy in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso. The Bills desperately needed another offensive weapon to pair with receiver Sammy Watkins. Whoever ends up playing quarterback will be pleased to see McCoy in the backfield.

Jets CB Darrelle Revis: He returns to where it all started after winning a Super Bowl with the Patriots last year. Revis, drafted by the Jets in 2007, signed a five-year deal worth $70 million to return to New York. He is one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL and is a huge upgrade for a Jets team whose pass defense finished in the middle of the pack last season.

Colts WR Andre Johnson: Maybe he is not the same Andre Johnson we've watched during the past decade, but he still is capable of serving as a No. 1 receiver. He forced his way out of Houston and landed on a Super Bowl-contending team. Plus, Johnson finally has a really good quarterback to work with in Andrew Luck.

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