24. Dallas Cowboys – Trading For Wide Receiver Joey Galloway
In February of 2000, the Dallas Cowboys acquired Joey Galloway from the Seattle Seahawks in a trade for two first-round picks. The Seahawks would turn those picks into Shaun Alexander and Koren Robinson. Meanwhile, Galloway never came close to living up to that kind of trade during his four seasons in Dallas.
He found the end zone just 12 times in those four years and never had more than 908 yards receiving in a single season. Surely, the Seahawks are far happier with what they got out of Alexander and Robinson than what the Cowboys received from Galloway.