The NFL free-agent frenzy was an unusual one thanks to the lockout and the abbreviated offseason.
Teams like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburgh Steelers stayed true to their word by mostly re-signing free agents already part of their respective organizations.
Other teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Bears decided to bolster their roster's by spending money on available free agents testing the market.
Signing a big time free agent doesn't always pan out, and sometimes gathering bodies is all an NFL team is really trying to accomplish, but there are those free agents teams have high expectations for. Players are expected to fill an immediate team need and become an instant impact.
But what happens when those players barely perform during the preseason?
Here are six former free agents that aren't panning out thus far with their new teams.