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The Quarterback Who Shall Not Be Named, And Other Sports Dumps

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Taking the sports world and yet another NFL franchise hostage for the second consecutive offseason, The Quarterback Who Shall Not Be Named has officially become the quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings signing a one-year deal worth between $10 to $12 million. A day after the Fox Sport's Jay Glazer reported the rumors, it has come true one day later. Former Vikings wide receiver and current ESPN NFL analyst Cris Carter also reports that TQBWSNBN will also start in the Viking's preseason game on Friday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Retiring for the second time in February after one season with the New York Jets TQBWSNBN flirted with making a comeback with the Vikings. After getting arthroscopic surgery for a small tear in his right rotator cuff in May, he continued to throw the pigskin to high school kids in a local Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Finally TQBWSNBN told the Vikings brass on July 28 that he would stay retired seemingly to end any further speculation.

With training camp over and the preseason getting underway it looks like TQBWSNBN decided it would be the perfect time to sign a contract. I promised everyone that I wouldn't mention anything about TQBWSNBN until there was some resolution. So there you go.