Super Bowl Commercials That Never Made It On TV
It's every general manager's nightmare: shelling out millions for players who can't stay on the field. Whether because of chronic injuries or just poor play, some highly paid pros just don't hold up their end of the bargain.
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Arm injuries have helped limit Pennington to one full 16-game season since breaking in with the Jets in 2000. He enters 2008 second on the depth chart to youngster Kellen Clemens. http://www.forbes.com
Roberts basically parlayed one famous stolen base for the Red Sox in the 2004 American League Championship Series (helping spur the club's memorable comeback against the Yankees) into lucrative free agent money. He's averaged a so-so .275 BA and 75 runs per season for the Padres and Giants ever since, breaking the 115 game mark (of a possible 162) just once. http://www.forbes.com
The Pistons obtained Ratliff from Minnesota earlier this season, enduring his outsized contract for help during their playoff push. The Pistons fell short of the championship round, though his expiring contract means there's more cash to go after other players with http://www.forbes.com
After a promising early career, LaFrentz signed with Dallas in 2002 for just under $70 million for seven years. He's managed to stay healthy for a full season just twice since then. http://www.forbes.com
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