An endless heap of heinous draft choices contributed to Detroit’s historic 0-16 record last season. The selection of Rogers, however, was the worst. The Michigan State wide receiver stayed local in 2003, when Detroit took him with the third overall pick. But like so many high-profile disappointments, Rogers could neither stay healthy, nor clear of the law. He broke his collarbone twice and failed a drug test in 2005. He violated probation in a domestic violence case in March and spent two weeks in jail, finishing his career with 36 catches in 15 games from 2003-2005.