Sometimes in NFL free agency, logic takes a backseat to whirlwind activity. Teams, players, agents, executives can quickly react -- and overreact.

As we approach the start of the business season -- set to kick off at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday -- here are logical marriages that would benefit everyone involved:

1) Jairus Byrd to Cleveland Browns

In theory, Byrd makes a ton of sense for the Philadelphia Eagles. Philly is in desperate need of a difference-making safety to become a complete team that can make a Super Bowl run. In theory, Byrd makes a ton of sense for the New York Jets. The system he starred in last year for the Buffalo Bills is the one Rex Ryan uses with the Jets. And Gang Green has a need at the position.

But taking team need, money and familiarity into account, the best fit is for Byrd to follow Mike Pettine to Cleveland. The Browns, as I wrote about earlier in the offseason, actually are not that far away, thanks in large part to a talented defense. Byrd, who flourished under Pettine's guidance in 2013, should be a big piece to the puzzle.

And if Byrd goes to Cleveland ...