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QB Rich Gannon to the Oakland Raiders
After signing in Oakland in 1999, Gannon led the Raiders to three straight playoff appearances and one Super Bowl. He was also named league MVP in 2002, a season in which he led the NFL in passing yards.
RB Priest Holmes to the Kansas City Chiefs
A backup in Baltimore, Holmes burst onto the NFL scene after signing with the Chiefs in 2001. He led the NFL in rushing during his first season in Kansas City while also scoring a then-record 27 rushing touchdowns in 2003.
LB Mike Vrabel to the New England Patriots
Vrabel went from a role player in Pittsburgh to an important part of three Super Bowl teams with the Patriots. Over eight years in New England, Vrabel totaled 48.0 sacks and eight receiving touchdowns.
WR Alvin Harper to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Super Bowl rings in hand from his time in Dallas, Harper arrived in Tampa Bay on a $10.6 million contract in 1995. He never produced as a No. 1 receiver and was released after two seasons.
DT Dana Stubblefield to the Washington Redskins
The reigning Defensive Player of the Year in 1998 was lured to Washington by a whopping $36 million contract. He played three years for the Redskins, but managed just seven sacks.
CB Larry Brown to the Oakland Raiders
Months after winning the Super Bowl MVP, Brown signed a $12.5 million deal with Oakland. Over two years with the Raiders, he would intercept just one pass in 12 games.