The NFL is preparing to celebrate its 75th anniversary with a parade of free sex moves, a new twist on the popular free-agent strategy.

Here’s a look at some of the big moves made this offseason, including the moves the Miami Dolphins are taking to win now:The Dolphins’ big move in the offseason was to sign wide receiver Michael Thomas, a free agent who was once a first-round pick.

Thomas will join fellow wide receiver Josh Gordon and running back Lamar Miller as the Dolphins’ marquee free agents.

The Dolphins are also taking on an unprecedented number of players in their draft class.

In total, the Dolphins have acquired 10 players in the first two rounds of the draft, which means that they have been able to trade down and get a high-quality quarterback, running back and wide receiver at a lower price than they otherwise would have had.

The Dolphins were able to get a quarterback in Carson Wentz, who will join the team in 2020, while acquiring a second-round receiver in Kevin White.

The team also acquired a third-round wide receiver in Dorial Green-Beckham.

The only players who have been signed to longer deals than Thomas are running back Mike Gillislee and tight end Jordan Cameron, both of whom are on a one-year deal worth $2.8 million per.

The biggest move made by the Dolphins in the free agency period was to move cornerback Byron Maxwell from safety to cornerback.

Maxwell is an extremely talented corner who has been a starter for the past three seasons in the secondary for the Miami Hurricanes.

The defensive end will replace Brandon Carr and will be a valuable contributor for the Dolphins.

The Raiders are also looking to improve on their 2016 defense, but they were able the last time they did so.

The Raiders re-signed veteran safety Ed Reed and are now set to add cornerback Charles Woodson, who is expected to sign a one year deal worth approximately $1.7 million per this offseason.

The Steelers are also expected to make significant changes to their defense.

Pittsburgh signed veteran safety Mike Mitchell to a two-year contract worth $1 million per, a move that will help the Steelers address their secondary.

Mitchell will replace second-year safety Ben Roethlisberger, who signed a one and a half-year extension in the spring.

Roethliberger, a defensive end, has been plagued by injuries and will likely be a free safety for the Steelers.