Before deleting his twitter account today, Johnny tweeted some words of wisdom to President Trump. Recognizing Trump's excellent potential as a leader, Johnny reminded the President to ignore the critics and keep moving forward. No doubt Johnny has steadfastly employed similar tactics all throughout this past year; the critics have come from all sides and Johnny has not altered course. In the extremely rare scenario that Johnny does not make it back into the NFL, we could see Johnny as a good replacement for Sean Spicer as White House Press Secretary. After all, Johnny has always had a way with words.
Could Johnny end up in New York next season? With a cadre of mediocre quarterbacks, calls for the Jets to take Johnny are intensifying. We can think of nothing better than JFF tearing it up in New York City. After all, OBJ needs some competition before he monopolizes all of the NYC football press attention. Moreover, Johnny would undoubtedly be a positive impact in the Jets locker room, helping members of the Jets preserve their jaws for the 2017 season.
The comeback tour has officially begun, with #comebackSZN not far away. Johnny has been maintaining an arduous schedule of 5 to 6 workouts per week. Though the specifics of his workout routine were not immediately clear, details are expected to emerge. Word has it that the Texans may look to offer Johnny a contract with a significant guarantee to lock up his talent for the 2017 season.