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April 29, 2014 | Glenn Clark

8. Devard Darling

Darling makes the list on his own merit, but the former 3rd round pick also has the sad distinction of representing the worst Draft class in franchise history from 2004. Only Dwan Edwards became even a reasonable player from the group, the rest of the class was made up of Roderick Green, Josh Harris, Clarence Moore, Derek Abney and Brian Rimpf.


Darling finished with a total of 331 receiving yards during his four years with the franchise. In his first three seasons he had a total of FIVE.

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