William Bartee comes to mind. Safety in college, made to transition to corner (That's what was known as The Chiefs Way back then, draft a Safety and make them play corner), and absolutely NEVER learned to look back for the football.
Vermiel could never separate business from personal though. Bartee loved his wife's cooking, and hey, "He's a good football player."
The sheer number of scabs that this team kept as starters on defense for so many seasons, that never would have made another team's roster was mind boggling.
Originally Posted by SNR
Now name a great WR who had superior route-running skills and/or great athletic skill, but had not the greatest set of hands among his peers. I'll give you a ****ing name. Jerry ****ing Rice.
Don't do drugs, kids.