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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

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Tim feels that his days of tossing an NFL football are not over yet. (Photo courtesy of Tony Romo).

GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers have just done something that no other NFL team in recent memory has ever done.

They have just cut four quarterbacks, B.J. Coleman, Vince Young, Derek Mango, and Hunter Dillstromdinger and are now left with only one quarterback on their entire 53-man roster.

Hercules Confetti with Sporting Chance Magazine reports that Aaron Rodgers has the distinction of not only being the Packers starting quarterback but of also being their ONLY quarterback.

SCM archives were checked by Confetti and they do not show that situation occurring on any other team since records were first kept.

A spokesperson for the Packers did not want to say much, but he did hint that it is quite obvious that the team will definitely need at least one backup quarterback in the event that Rodgers gets hurt or catches the flu.

The spokesperson stated that the Green Bay organization is looking at Tim Tebow who was just released by the New England Patriots.

When Tim was told of the news by Confetti he let out a loud old fashioned holler. He then regained his composure and quipped that he hopes the Packers do call him up and give him a chance.

Tebow added that he loves football so much that he would be willing to sign a contract that pays him an hourly wage.

SIDENOTE: Tim revealed to Confetti that the ironic thing is that cheese has always been one of his favorite foods.

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