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The Ten Worst NFL Player Post-Career Moves in History
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The average NFL player's career is just 3.5 seasons long.

There are a number of players who have gone on after football and made great careers for themselves.

Alan Page played 12 seasons in the NFL as a defensive tackle. He then retired and went on to become a Justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Tony Dungy (pictured) played just four seasons in the NFL as a defensive back. During a short journeyman's career Dungy played for four different teams before turning to coaching. Yet, Dungy went on to become the one of the best coaches in NFL history.

Frank Gifford retired from the New York Giants after 12 seasons and went on to become a top sports commentator covering everything from Monday Night Football to the Olympic Games.

And then there are the players who have retired from the NFL and have made poor moves with their careers.

Here are 10 notable players who made some bad moves off the field.

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