20. Cecil Collins, Miami Dolphins:
Collins’ NFL career was merely a blip on the radar due to his controversial arrest and subsequent suspension that resulted in his release. He showed promise after the Miami Dolphins drafted him in the fifth round of the 1999 NFL draft even though he had been kicked off both the LSU and McNeese State teams in college.
However, in December 1999, Collins was booked on burglary when he broke into a woman’s home in apartment complex Palm Trace Landings in Davie, Florida. The woman was married and Collins knew her from the gym. He admitted he broke into her dwelling to ‘watch her sleep.’ He was sentenced to 15 years in prison, suspended by the NFL, and released by the Miami Dolphins. Collins got out of jail in 2013.