That is actually a question, not a statement that will follow.
The Arizona Cardinals have put together an interesting offseason, one that is so important to getting back to being on the right side of the NFL and staying away from who they have been most of their time in the desert.
With the Cardinals offseason, we see that the plan is... To be continued.
The Cardinals addressed a bevy of needs, but they remain with a bevy more.
With the signing of Tramaine Brock they basically finished off their secondary, or what they expect to be the starting secondary.
Yet, Brock and fellow secondary member D.J. Swearinger are both here for 2019 only.
Darius Philon joins Corey Peters, but both are only signed through 2020 and are mostly 50-60% snap guys.
They brought in Jordan Hicks to anchor the linebacking corps, but have been looking for another linebacker to pair with him in case Haason Reddick is not the answer.
It has been quite a offseason revamping a defense that lost more snaps than any other in the NFL.
Then on offense, it has been about value.
Signing J.R. Sweezy and Max Garcia to low deals, replaceable deals makes sense, but it likely means another big turnover in 2020 on the offensive line when you also remember that Marcus Gilbert and D.J. Humphries are both free agents after this year.
The tight end room and the wide receiver room is just about trying to find any type of value to help out their young quarterback.
It is clear that the plan is not about 2019, but looking towards clearing cap space and a chance to improve the roster in 2020 and beyond.
Yet, they are still making a play to this year, trying to find as much talent as possible to help this team get back on the right track.
It is an odd offseason because it does not feel like the plan is going into effect this year, but more about the long term outlook, and creating a strong base for Kliff Kingsbury to grow on.