NFL Free Agent Signings 2011: The 5 Riskiest Moves Made by Teams So Far

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NFL Free Agent Signings 2011: The 5 Riskiest Moves Made by Teams So Far
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The NFL free-agent frenzy has been crazier than normal this year due to the lockout, and with it, some teams have taken some gambles and brought in players with some question marks on and off the field.

Because of the lack of time between initial free agency and training camp, teams have made questionable moves on guys who, while talented, may not deserve the money they're receiving, even with the modified salary cap.

Heck, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed punter Michael Koenen to a six-year, $19.5 million contract. Something tells me a punter doesn't deserve that kind of money.

The following five players are much more well known than Koenen, and could prove to be a problem for their respective teams down the road, despite their talent on the field.

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