Baker Mayfield signed with Tampa Bay, putting him in line to become the first No. 1 overall draft pick to play for four different teams in his first six seasons. Mayfield was originally drafted by Cleveland, and he played for the Panthers and Rams last year. In the Super Bowl era, who is the only other former No. 1 overall pick who played for three different teams in his first six seasons? The degree of difficulty is high on this one, so a hint is in order: the player was a defensive lineman who was drafted in the ‘70s.


John Matuszak. Matuszak was drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1973. After one season, he was traded to Kansas City (for future Hall of Famer Curley Culp). Matuszak played two seasons in Kansas City before being traded to Washington. He was released there before ever playing and spent the rest of his career with the Raiders, winning two Super Bowls.