Okay, which is why I suggested the catagory as still in the NFL. If a player is contributing here, or somewhere else, is irrelevant to how good the GM's drafts were. "contributed little" is a subjective term and means different things to different people. Like Chad Henne who is a servicable backup. Another factor in play is the GM's ability to retain talent. The 1970s Atlanta Braves are a great example. They were a farm team for the rest of baseball. Players would leave and go on to have great careers elsewhere. Once they changed that, their fortunes changed. Right now, draft is half the picture with Ireland. Talent retention is the other half where he failed miserably.
Chad Henne was a second round pick who was to be the QB of the future. He is a bust.
If he were drafted in the 7th round and had the same career trajectory, then I would label him as a contributor.
I'm factoring draft positioning. When you find guys like Chris Clemons, Reshad Jones and Charles Clay in the 5th round or later, you're not just doing a decent job on those picks, you're doing an excellent job.
Conversely, when you draft Pat White in the 2nd round, you've screwed the pooch bigtime.