The fact that the NFL has shunned a 6'3 230lb quarterback with a starting record of 7-4 may not baffle you, but the fact that he led his team to 7 game winning drives including his first playoff game against the defending AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers should make you cringe. Since then he's followed up that stellar upset by spiraling into obscurity quicker than any other QB in NFL history and jettisoned from the league.
No we're not talking about a hot head like Ryan Leaf or scrubs like Tim Couch or JaMarcus Russell; this is the plight of Timothy Tebow. His three releases in just as many years without taking any quality snaps have some people calling it foul.
His critics say he can't throw and his admirers believe he can prove them wrong, but regardless of what you think Tim Tebow would be an upgrade for several NFL teams even if they're too part of the conspiracy known simply as "Tebowgate". Could it be Tebow Time again?
After blazing the airwaves of New Jersey for the better half of the last decade John Henny has returned to his roots and emerged as one of the fastest rising stars in music today. John Henny bum-rushes forward with the same unquestionable drive and controversial attitude that took him from music to airwaves in the Tri-State Area. He continues to push the envelope lyrically while providing compelling stories of the ups and downs in what's affectionately known as Illtown blues. After seeing the atrocities that come from being raised in the hood Henny made a vow to get himself out and succeeded, but that wasn't enough. He started a marketing company Club Or Die to help promote local musicians including his very own group Gentlemenz Club. There he expanded from doing guerrilla promotions all the way to local radio until that became his sole profession. He's seen "the height of heights" as he describes, but also the lows which give his music a unique perspective. Now it appears that his focus is solely music once again and he's back with a vengeance!