Since the modern free agent era began in 1993, the Washington Redskins have been known for some pretty hateful signings.
But even amongst the Dana Stubblefield, Adam Archuleta and Albert Haynesworth rubbish lies a handful of decent free agent pickups that actually helped the Redskins—in at least the short term.
Free agents are risky investments. Perhaps not to the risk of rookies, but the pain is tougher to swallow if a free agent doesn't pan out in comparison to a 21-year-old not being able to make the leap.
Making a list of the Redskins' worst free agent signings over the past 15 years or so is easy. Not only were there a lot of them, but there was a lot of wasted cash as well.
This is a group that's worth a slow clap.