The Green Bay Packers are 22 games into the Jimmy Graham Experiment. And by now, it's safe to say this one has blown up in their collective faces. Graham was signed for three years and $30 million in March, 2018. Not only did general manager Brian Gutekunst error in signing Graham, he made things even worse by bringing Graham and his hefty salary back for a second season. As Graham continues to struggle on the field, it got us thinking about the Packers' worst signings since the NFL's current free agency system was introduced on March 1, 1993. Here's my list: 1. Joe Johnson, DE, 2002 In the spring of 2002, then Packers coach and general manager Mike Sherman flew to New Orleans to court Johnson.
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