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25. Flagler

25. Terrence Flagler, San Francisco, 1987
When you’re a first-round pick, you’re expected to start more than a single game over your 41-game career. And yet, that’s all the 49ers and Cardinals got out of Flagler. Also possible for this position: Tim Tebow, who was selected way higher than he should have been by Denver in 2010.

NFL draft: Biggest first-round busts

April 24, 2013

You'd think a first-round draft pick would guarantee you a good chance of landing a successful player. Not so. Picks at every single position in the first round have failed to pan out, whether from lack of talent, injuries, front-office follies or bad attitudes. Here are the worst picks at every draft position of the first round. – Jay Busbee