The 10 Worst Free-Agent Deals in NFL History

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The 10 Worst Free-Agent Deals in NFL History
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We're fully submersed in the 2012 NFL free-agency period and teams are throwing around cash like it grows on trees. From Calvin Johnson's $132 million deal to Carl Nicks' $47.5 million deal, the NFL has never seen this much money spent this quickly in free agency.

But what if teams are making a mistake with their signings? What if Laurent Robinson becomes the next Javon Walker or David Boston after receiving a $32.5 million contract?

Here's a look at the absolute 10 worst free-agent deals in NFL history.

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