NFL players don’t spend career with one team nowadays

Back in 1994, Bill Belichick cut Bernie Kosar, kicking off an age where it’s become unthinkable for NFL players to spend their whole careers in one town. Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, and Brett Fabre were all shipped out the door once they were deemed past their prime, and the same could happen to the NFL’s new rookie class regardless of whether they have Hall of Fame careers or not. They don’t say “NFL” means “Not For Long” for nothing!

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