5 Most Selfish Players in the NFL

Owen ClarkCorrespondent IIIMarch 28, 2012

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No professional sport values team more than the NFL, but that doesn’t stop some of the league’s top players from displaying an All-Pro level of selfishness.

Pittsburg Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been the unwilling poster boy for the NFL’s attempts to cut down on concussions.

Harrison’s refusal to adapt his playing style to the new rules went from stubborn to stupid about five fines ago, and shows he cares more about playing the victim than changing his style to help his team.

Albert Hayensworth inked an insane $100 million dollar contract with the Redskins, but didn’t think that cash came with the requirement he get in shape for the season.

The player formally known as Chad Johnson is so self-absorbed he created a new name to draw more attention to himself, then followed that up with multiple reality shows, while his playing career slowly went down the toilet.

Finally there is Randy Moss, who owns the NFL’s top me-first moniker now that Brett Favre appears to have officially hung in up.

Let’s take a look at the Top 5 Most Selfish Players in the NFL in this edition of spotlight. 

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