10 HORRIBLE NFL Free Agent Signings That RUINED A Franchise

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These NFL players destroyed a franchise.

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Reggie White, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees. These are just some of the greatest free agent signings in NFL history. These guys made immediate impacts and directly led their teams to a Super Bowl championship.

Of course, the vast majority of big-name free agent signings never pan out. In some cases, a team cuts bait and manages to correct the mistake rather quickly. But as you’ll learn with these 10 free agent mistakes, sometimes these massive signings can set your team back for years.

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