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After a superb 2010, Santonio Holmes received a huge contract that guaranteed his presence in the Big Apple for the next five years.
Holmes was largely believed to be one of the best offensive weapons in football coming into the season.
However, in his second year in New York, the wide receiver really struggled.
The Ohio State product finished with a lowly 51 catches and 654 yards, and he was non-factor for much of the year.
He failed to break 100 yards in any game this season, and he had seven games with under 40 receiving yards.
The former first-round pick had a disastrous campaign, and he was one of the main reasons for the Jets offensive struggles.
Holmes also failed to act like a captain, as he continually caused tension in the locker room.
The 27-year-old was supposed to be a star this season, but he performed like an average player and a subpar teammate instead.