10 NFL Legends You Probably Had No Idea Ended Their Careers On Random Teams

What other NFL legends finished their careers on random teams?

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Many NFL legends spent their entire career with that one team, like Terry Bradshaw, Walter Payton and probably Tom Brady.

But as their careers began to wind down, some NFL legends finished their career with a random team. And by random team, we mean a team that, well, you probably forgot actually employed these legends.

I’m Justin Fraction, and today we present 10 NFL legends who finished their careers on random teams.

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