Drew Henson

Drew Daniel Henson (born February 13, 1980) is a former Major League Baseball third baseman and National Football League quarterback.wikipedia
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Michigan Wolverines football

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He played college football at Michigan.
Drew Henson led Michigan to a 9–3 record and a tie for the Big Ten championship in 2000.

Tom Brady

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As a freshman under head coach Lloyd Carr, Henson battled for the starting quarterback job against Tom Brady and ultimately was named the backup for the 1998 season.
Under Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, Brady battled for the starting job with Drew Henson and ultimately started every game in the 1998 and 1999 seasons.

2000 Michigan Wolverines football team

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In 2000, Brady graduated and Henson, now a junior, served as the Wolverines' starting quarterback for most of the season.
*Drew Henson 14/25, 303 Yds

Brighton High School (Brighton, Michigan)

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Henson attended Brighton High School in Brighton, Michigan, where he starred and received All-state honors in football, basketball, and baseball.

Brighton, Michigan

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Henson attended Brighton High School in Brighton, Michigan, where he starred and received All-state honors in football, basketball, and baseball.

John Navarre

He missed the first 3 contests after having surgery on his right foot just prior to the start of the season on August 24, with redshirt freshman John Navarre replacing him.
With Tom Brady and Drew Henson as the two leading quarterbacks in 1999, Navarre redshirted.

1998 Major League Baseball draft

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At the start of his baseball career, he was drafted by the New York Yankees in the third round of the 1998 amateur draft and played for the organization during the 2002 and 2003 seasons until he retired from the sport in 2004.

Wily Mo Peña

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In, he was traded back to the Yankees with Michael Coleman for Wily Mo Pena.
Originally signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent in, Peña signed with the New York Yankees about a year later and was traded to the Cincinnati Reds for third baseman/designated hitter Drew Henson and outfielder Michael Coleman in.

Tony Romo

After the surprising release of starter Carter on August 4, he began the first 6 games of the season as the third-string quarterback behind Tony Romo.
In 2004, the Cowboys released Hutchinson and signed veteran quarterback Vinny Testaverde and traded a third-round draft pick to the Houston Texans for quarterback Drew Henson.

Jackson Melián

He began with Tampa, and after hitting .333, he was promoted to the AA Norwich Navigators and hit seven home runs before he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds with fellow prospects Jackson Melián and Ed Yarnall for Denny Neagle.
In July 2000, the Yankees traded Melián, Drew Henson, Ed Yarnall, and Brian Reith to the Cincinnati Reds for Denny Neagle and Mike Frank.

Ed Yarnall

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He began with Tampa, and after hitting .333, he was promoted to the AA Norwich Navigators and hit seven home runs before he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds with fellow prospects Jackson Melián and Ed Yarnall for Denny Neagle.
In 2000, he was traded with Jackson Melián, Drew Henson and Brian Reith to the Cincinnati Reds for Mike Frank and Denny Neagle.

Columbus Clippers

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However, he struggled at the AAA level Columbus Clippers.

Denny Neagle

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He began with Tampa, and after hitting .333, he was promoted to the AA Norwich Navigators and hit seven home runs before he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds with fellow prospects Jackson Melián and Ed Yarnall for Denny Neagle.
The playoff-bound New York Yankees traded prospects Drew Henson, Jackson Melián and Ed Yarnall to acquire Neagle along with outfielder Mike Frank on July 12, 2000.

List of multi-sport athletes

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Quincy Carter

It was later reported that owner/general manager Jerry Jones influenced the organization into making the transaction, becoming part of a string of young quarterback acquisitions that were also former baseball players (Quincy Carter and Chad Hutchinson).
The group of quarterbacks for the Cowboys that offseason had expanded with the trade for yet another former baseball player, Drew Henson, and the acquisition of Vinny Testaverde off waivers.

Chad Hutchinson

It was later reported that owner/general manager Jerry Jones influenced the organization into making the transaction, becoming part of a string of young quarterback acquisitions that were also former baseball players (Quincy Carter and Chad Hutchinson).
In 2004, the Cowboys group of quarterbacks had expanded with the trade for yet another former baseball player (Drew Henson) and the acquisition of Vinny Testaverde off waivers, who was later named the starter after Carter was released under unclear circumstances on August 4.

Michigan Wolverines football statistical leaders

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List of athletes who played in Major League Baseball and the National Football League

The last player to accomplish the feat was Drew Henson, who was a third baseman for the New York Yankees from 2002 to 2003 and a quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions in 2004 and 2008.

Rhein Fire

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In 2006, he was assigned to the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe, where he was named the starter at quarterback.

Moran Norris

The team released fullback Moran Norris to make room for Henson on the active roster.
Norris was released before the team's next game on 12 October 2008 when quarterback Drew Henson was promoted to the active roster.

2003 NFL Draft

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He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL Draft.

Dallas Cowboys

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During his football career, Henson was a member of the Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions.