Former New York Giants quarterback Jared Lorenzen certainly knows how to celebrate Fat Tuesday.
The 320-pound signal-caller — who now plays in the Continental Indoor Football League for the Northern Kentucky River Monsters — took to Twitter to make a Mardi Gras-themed joke about Jameis Winston’s possible weight gain.
In honor of #FatTuesday I will...
A photo of Jameis Winston appearing to look overweight made its way around the internet recently and caused buzz about the quarterback’s condition with the NFL Scouting Combine rapidly approaching. As it turns out, the photo was taken in early-mid January and was brushed aside as not being a big deal by Winston’s quarterback coach....Read More
Well before a photo of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston looking “pudgy” surfaced on the internet last weekend, Jared Lorenzen starred as a legitimate “plus-size” quarterback at Kentucky. Lorenzen, whose weight sometimes ballooned past 300 pounds, earned the nickname “The Hefty Lefty” for his southpaw throwing style and prodigious girth.
Lorenzen, who won a Super...
Jared Lorenzen poked fun at Jameis Winston over Twitter on Fat Tuesday.
The Arizona Cardinals were down to their third-string quarterback on Thursday night (Carson Palmer was already out for the season and Drew Stanton left the game with an injury), so Jared Lorenzen decided to jokingly throw his name in the mix in case the NFC West contenders were looking for some new backups. Lorenzen, who...Read More
Former Kentucky Wildcat quarterback Jared Lorenzen, who was known as the Hefty Lefty during his great college football career, has continued to pack on the weight since he graduated from SEC football.
Shortly after Lorenzen’s short NFL career came to an end when the Indianapolis Colts released him leading up to the 2008 season, the studly quarterback caught on with a few semi...
His return to the game was triumphant.
Like Jordan coming back to basketball, Jared Lorenzen enamored the masses as he stepped back onto a football field last week for the Northern Kentucky River Monsters.
But to all of our chagrins, Lorenzen's comeback bid has, at least temporarily, been cut short.
Lorenzen left Sunday night's game with a leg injury that occurred on this play.
For a man his size, Jared Lorenzen has been very hard to find in recent years.
The hefty quarterback, who weighed in at around 260 pounds during his senior season at Kentucky and 285 during his NFL days, has been off the radar since being released by the New York Giants in 2008 and failing to make the Indianapolis Colts’ roster the following training camp.
Lorenzen has since upped...
Video of Jared Lorenzen playing quarterback for the River Monsters is as incredible as you'd think. The 320 pound behemoth has still got it.