Ending up on this list is the worst case scenario for any player who enters the NFL Draft.
No one wants to be the next Ryan Leaf.
But while a few of the biggest NFL Draft busts ever have fallen on hard times, many are actually thriving in second careers.
Now McNown is vice president of Lourd Capital Management, an independent investment advisory and financial planning firm.
After losing 51 pounds in a comeback attempt in 2013, he's still trying sign with an NFL team. He also appeared in a Dish Network commercial in 2014.
Locker retired in 2015, citing a lack of desire to keep playing. He told the Seattle Times he wants to spend more time with his family and remodel his house.
He had legal issues after leaving the NFL in 2005. He was issued arrest warrants four times in 18 months in 2012 and 2013.
Now Thomas is a consultant with eMMortal Enterprises, which promotes natural healing with magnesium sulfate.
Bryant is out of the league after failing to revive his career following a 2005 suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. He most recently popped up in an Arizona-based training facility video in 2012.
Now Carr is out of the league, but has helped his younger brother, Derek, quarterback of the Raiders, prepare for the NFL.
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