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5 teams that might already regret their marquee free-agent signing

Posted On: Oct 17, 2018   |   Posted By: TheScore

5 teams that might already regret their marquee free-agent signing

As the NFL's regular season nears its halfway point, now is an ideal time to reflect on some of the offseason moves that have helped shape the 2018 campaign. A number of deals are paying off early, yet there are other teams that may already be regretting shelling out big bucks on a marquee free agent. Here are five teams likely suffering from buyer's remorse: Malcolm Butler, Titans Frederick Breedon / Getty Images Sport / Getty Contract: 5 years, $61.2 million; $30 million guaranteed
Stats: 31 tackles, 1 INT, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble Butler has been the most burnable corner in football through six weeks. The former Super Bowl hero has given up a league-high 480 yards to opposing receivers and been burned for five touchdowns, according to Pro Football Focus. Perhaps more concerning, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel believes Butler's issues are centered around his technique , not his effort. Butler is PFF's 75th-ranked cornerback. He signed the fifth-richest free-agent contract of the offseason. Sam...

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