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The 10 Worst Free Agent Signings in NFL History

By on March 12, 2014

Free Agency is a high-priced garage sale of used players. Sometimes one teams’ trash is another teams’ treasure; sometimes it’s just trash. Missing on a big veteran signing can set a franchise back for years. Ask Redskins Owner, Dan Snyder…

These are the 10 worst free agent signings in NFL history:

 

#10 – Dana Stubblefield, Washington Redskins, 1998

The Redskins signed Dana Stubblefield to a 6-year, $36Million contract with $8Million guaranteed after a breakout season in 1997 with the 49ers where he recorded 15 sacks. Over the next 3 years with the Redskins, Stubblefield recorded only 7 total sacks.

Credit: Scott Halleran

Credit: Scott Halleran



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