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The Jacksonville Jaguars won two games last season, and were right behind the Chiefs with having the worst team in the league.
The Jaguars have lacked quality quarterback play to go along with some of the weapons that they do have. One such weapon is tight end Marcedes Lewis.
The UCLA product and current Jags tight end was in California doing his thing, when TMZ caught up to him and asked him about Tim Tebow.
Lewis responded accordingly and said, “I Don’t Want Tim Tebow On My Team.”
“We need a guy that’s going to put us over the hump right now. Not a project.”
Th Jaguars owner had already established that such a pairing would not take place, so I guess Lewis just wanted to hammer the point home.
Jacksonville Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis — I Don’t Want Tim Tebow on My Team!
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TMZ caught up with Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis and asked him if he wants Tim Tebow on his team.
Lewis answered by saying no, since they’re looking for a long-term answer at quarterback and not a “project.”
The good news is that Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has already squashed any Tebow to Jacksonville rumors.
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Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis was asked if he would want Tim Tebow on his team, and he gave an honest answer.
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