Have you seen this?  A homeless man was asking for money on the corner of I-71 and Hudson St. in Cleveland and was given a job by the Cavaliers due to his unique talent.

Ted Williams (yes, like the baseball players) held a sign on the corner of the road that said he “has the God given gift of a great voice.”  A video of the man became a YouTube sensation, catching the eye of the Cleveland Cavaliers, who offered Mr. Williams a job with the team.  He is also being sought after by NFL films.  Kevin McLoughlin, directory of post-production films for the NFL said:

“It’s that voice. When he was telling his story, I said, ‘That’s what we do.  This guy can tell a story.’  Somehow, some way, I need to get a demo with him.  He could be that diamond in the rough.”

I have been outwardly critical of the Cavaliers (and Cleveland in general) lately, but well played, Cleveland.