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09 Jun 2011
Our ESPN Insider "Most Disappointing" series continues with Andre Rison, Albert Haynesworth, and other free agent flops.
Posted by: Brian McIntyre on 09 Jun 2011
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11 Jun 2011, 5:19pm by
I recently watched the 10 Worst Free Agent signings on the NFL Network, and it was pretty much the same, except they amusingly lumped "everybody the Redskins have signed since Snyder bought the team" in at #1.
So the list contains Bucs' WR signings at #5 (Bert Emanuel) and #2 (Alvin Harper), along with a guy leaving the Bucs to go to Cincy at #3 (Antonio Bryant). See, this is why we love Mike Williams so much.
Michael Timpson better be on this list.
Don't forget about me.
Was anyone actually disappointed by Johnson? Didn't he give the Hawks exactly what anyone would expect?
I think that signing is reserved for top 10 front office decisions everyone saw coming from a mile away and still happened.
Probably referring to his time in Green Bay, where he didn't play much because of injury. He was advertised as a great run-stopping DE but we never saw any of that, and it so happened that he joined the Packers in tandem with another expensive and unproductive end, Jamal Reynolds.
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Offensive line problems highlight the needs in the NFC North ... except in Chicago, which is kind of unsettling to think about.
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