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8 most overpaid NFL players of 2014

larry fitzgerald

The 2014 NFL regular season will conclude in two weeks. There have been several players to have breakout years and a few have made history.

However, some players made millions and did very little to prove their worth. We have compiled a list of the 8 most overpaid NFL players of 2014.

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Jay Cutler

Chicago Bears

Jay Cutler signed a $126 million contract. In 2014, he has thrown 18 interceptions and the Bears have only won five games.

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James Casey

Philadelphia Eagles

James Casey signed a contract for $12 million in 2013. In 2014, he has three catches for 59 yards.

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Larry Fitzgerald

Arizona Cardinals

Larry Fitzgerald is one of the most talented receivers in the NFL. He signed a contract for $120 million. But in 2014, he’s only had 57 receptions and two touchdowns.

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Ricky Jean Francois

Indianapolis Colts

Francois signed a $22 million contract in 2013. In 2014, He has 23 tackles and only three sacks.

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Sam Shields

Green Bay Packers

Sam Shield signed a contract worth $39 million. In 2014, he has 36 tackles and two interceptions.

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Chris Baker

Washington Redskins

Chris Baker signed a three-year contract for $12 with $4 million guaranteed. In 2014, Baker only has 38 tackles and one sack.

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Craig Stevens

Tennessee Titans

Craig Stevens signed a two-year deal worth $5.2 million. In 2014, Stevens has two receptions for 26 yards.

Jason Worilds

Jason Worilds

Pittsburgh Steelers

Worilds  signed a $22 million contract. He has 51 tackles in 2014.



2 Comments

  1. K'son K'son on December 21, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    Larry Fitzgerald should”NOT” be on this list. His production is based on his quarterback carousel. When he had an amazing QB in Kurt Warner, he was amazing. Warner left and the carousel began. I am willing to bet that if you look at his targets, that you will find him to have caught more than 70% of passes thrown his way. Fitzgerald has amazing hands to catch anything in his area, but if his QB can’t get it to him then that’s more on the QB.

  2. jou on December 22, 2014 at 12:44 am

    Whoever wrote this list knows nothing at all about football. Don’t quit your day job!