The offseason is a time of hope for every NFL team. A team can forget about the previous seasons' failures and look ahead to the promise of a new, unblemished season.
Every team feels as if they have a chance to compete, and that a good offseason can lead to a great season.
Some teams make it to the next level by signing the big free agent, while others opt for the draft as their catalyst for a successful season.
Free agents are not always what they seem to be. A bad free agent signing can ruin a team's season, and seriously hamper a franchise.
Teams need to make wise choices when working the free agent market, but good decisions are not always made. There have been many bad free agent signings in the past, but I will only be looking at the 10 worst free agent signings of the modern era.