32 Teams. 7 Rounds. 224 Young Men just out of colleges are about to become players in theNational Football League.Fates are decided. Dynasties are born. Of course I am talking aboutDRAFT DAY.2015 Draft Day is only two days away.Teams are given the chance to seriously revamp their roster and hopefully contend for a super bowl title in the next few seasons. The magnitude of their decisions could effect the future of careers and families, and can alter the trajectory of the league. With so much pressure placed on the draft, there is a growing need for the management of teams to get decisions correct. Sometimes brilliant decisions aremade, while other times there can be duds. Here is a list of the latter
#10 Courtney Brown
|Pick||No. 1 Overall|
As elected number one overall in the 2000 NFL draft, Brown was always injury plagued. He played bits and pieces of five seasons for Cleveland but could not last beyond that. During that time he posted utterly underwhelming numbers and his team did not progress in the standings.
After four years with the Browns, he moved to Denver, but only played one season before retiring in 2005.