You didn't think this summer's failed tryout with the New York Giants was the last we'd hear about Limas Sweed, did you?
His tryout with the Giants reportedly did not go well, and obviously, he left without a contract. He had also tried out for the Cincinnati Bengals in April, 2012.
Sweed, arguably the player talked about the most for having produced the least in Steelers history, is infamously known for multiple dropped passes, particularly one in the first half of the AFC Championship game against Baltimore at the end of the 2008 season.
Sweed would later redeem himself in that game with a crushing block of Ravens defensive back Corey Ivy.
He also dropped what would have been a touchdown in a 2009 game at Cincinnati. The Steelers lost on a last-second Bengals touchdown.
Sweed reportedly had personal problems by the end of his time in Pittsburgh, and was released in training camp in 2011.