Worst Contracts in NFL History
Bad contracts used to reside exclusively within the domains of baseball and the NBA. But pro football has more than its share.
As the NFL continues to be the most popular sports league in America, more money makes its way to the players. This is hardly a bad thing. It is simply so.
Some of the biggest contracts in pro football go to quarterbacks, and we saw plenty of those this offseason. Peyton Manning and Matt Flynn both signed big free-agent deals, while Mark Sanchez and Alex Smith both decided to continue their respective tenures with their current teams.
But big money also is being passed around at other positions. Even Buccaneers kicker Connor Barth is getting over $3 million a year for the next four years. Everyone seems to be doing well.
So, which players might be doing a little too well?
Take a look at our take on the worst contracts in the NFL today. Check out our latest video above, and leave us your own thoughts on the matter in the comments below.
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