Talk about a good couple weeks.
Patriots wide receiver Michael Floyd was arrested for a DUI in December so his longtime team, the Arizona Cardinals, cut him.
After being cut, he was picked up by the Patriots. Floyd played two games in the regular season for the Pats, started one, was targeted six times for four catches and 42 yards, and caught one touchdown.
In the playoffs he caught one pass for 6 yards in the Divisional Round game vs. the Houston Texans, but he didn't play at all in the AFC Championship or Super Bowl.
So 51 days, a Super Bowl Ring, and $1.2 million of contract.
Now that is an amazing turnaround after a DUI arrest.
Read the full story at USA Today.