During the 1995 NFL Draft, the Jets were looking to plug in some holes in their roster. With Johnny Mitchell and Fred Baxter already on the squad, one of the last positions they needed to address was at tight end. However, there was a talented defensive lineman from the University of Miami named Warren Sapp still waiting for his name to be called. Instead of taking the best player available, the Jets too Kyle Brady with the ninth overall pick. Brady went on to be a mediocre tight end while Sapp was just inducted into the Football Hall of Fame. We don't need to tell you if that was a bad decision on Gang Green's end, right?