There is one term that, if you're an athlete, you never wanted to be associated with. That term may not be what you think, though.
It's not "bad," "out of shape" or even "a diva." The answer to that is, of course, being called a "cancer" in the clubhouse.
Being a team player may not help you get a contract worth $20 million a year, but being a cancer can absolutely prevent such a contract from materializing unless you happen to have multiple MVPs under your belt.
One thing that we know is that several teams seem to harness the majority of players considered clubhouse cancers. Nonetheless, every team has had at least one in their history, no matter how long or short that history is.
The following are the biggest clubhouse cancers in each team's history. Some are more obvious than others, since some franchises manage not to have too many issues with players.