Jared Lorenzen was a QB unlike any other. We don’t mean that he possessed some incredible level of skills or a particular talent that no other QB has ever possessed; we mean that the guy was over 6-foot-4 and 320 pounds. He was something of a novelty at Kentucky and as a backup to Eli Manning once he joined the Giants 2004 as an undrafted free agent. Lorenzen was on the Giants roster for two seasons, didn’t start a single game, and finished his NFL career with four pass completions for a whopping total of 28 yards. Read that last sentence again — and then remind yourself that Lorenzen has more Super Bowl Rings than Dan Marino and Barry Sanders combined!
His last year in the NFL was in 2008, but Lorenzen went out to play in the Arena Football League until his team, the Kentucky Horsemen, folded. He spent some time as a high school football coach before joining the Northern Kentucky River Monsters as GM. Remarkably, he decided to resign as GM in order to play QB for the team. Following some bouncing around, Lorenzen finally retired from active play in 2013. He now serves as guest host on a sports radio show in Kentucky — and his weight has ballooned to over 500 pounds.