31. Arizona Cardinals – Trading for Kevin Kolb
After they watched Kurt Warner retire as the only quarterback to lead the team to a Super Bowl in franchise history, the Arizona Cardinals spent the 2010 season rotating between Derek Anderson, John Skelton and Max Hall. Rather than go through another season like that, they sent a 2nd round pick plus cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to the Philadelphia Eagles to acquire Kevin Kolb to be the Cardinals’ quarterback of the future.
But Kolb was injured for much of his first season in Arizona, and eventually turned out to be a major flop for the Cardinals, releasing him two years after acquiring him.