No. 100: Sam Bradford
This past offseason, Bradford finally shook his reputation for being injury prone. But sadly, that was only because he shouldered a new reputation for being an overpaid malcontent. Shortly after signing Bradford to a contract worth $22 million guaranteed, the Eagles traded up to draft his eventual replacement, Carson Wentz, No. 2 overall. Bradford stayed home and demanded a trade, which was not well-received. But, thanks to a horrific injury to Teddy Bridgewater, it was granted. Eight days before the season, Philly shipped Bradford to Minnesota for the whopping return of a first-round pick and conditional mid-rounder. Now the Wentz era starts in earnest and Bradford will head a team that believes itself to be a Super Bowl contender.