Every NFL offseason, multiple players sign the legendary one-year "prove it" deals.
Whether it be for coming off an injury, a bad season or another circumstance, these players are determined to illustrate they are worth a bigger payday during the following offseason.
Of course, these one-year deals come with a lot of risk. If the player suffers another injury, his whole career is up in the air.
For the purposes of this slideshow, players who received the franchise tag will not be included. Also excluded are players with options, such as Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Kelvin Beachum.
The eight players listed caught our eye with their one-year deals for a number of reasons, from the amount of money and incentives to how little we were expecting them to ink this kind of contract.
Let's begin with a guard who signed with the Arizona Cardinals.