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26. Druckenmiller

26. Jim Druckenmiller, San Francisco, 1997
It’s always a dicey business drafting a player expected to live up to a legend, but when the kid is expected to follow in the footsteps of two? Yeah, good luck. Druckenmiller was supposed to carry on the mantle of Joe Montana and Steve Young, but flamed out, throwing only 52 passes in his entire NFL career.

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