Bernard Pollard – Baltimore Ravens (2012)
Believe it or not, Bernard Pollard has more to his NFL resume than the borderline-dirty hit on Tom Brady early in the 2008 season, which cost Brady the entire year due to an injury. Pollard played for four teams over his eight years in the NFL, never spending more than three seasons in one spot. While Pollard did have a solid season as a member of the Houston Texans in 2009, that’s really the only good year he had.
Over the last three seasons of his NFL career, Pollard forced a grand total of four turnovers, which is hardly anything to write home about for someone considered to be a playmaking safety. But, he was a member of the 2012 Baltimore Ravens, so he has a Super Bowl ring.
Christine Michael – Seattle Seahawks (2013)
Christine Michael was one of the numerous running backs drafted by Pete Carroll for the Seattle Seahawks… and one of the numerous running back picks that turned out to be huge misses. Michael’s outstanding speed never came close to translating into actual on-the-field production.
During his five-year NFL career, Michael never ran for more than 583 yards in a single season, and in four of those five years, he ran for less than 470 yards.
Further, in 2015 and in 2016, he was released midseason by a team and signed on with another team, bringing the total number of teams he’s played to four — in just five years. But, he did win a Super Bowl while on the roster of the 2013 Seahawks team that upset the Denver Broncos.