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After three months of twisting in the wind, Tim Tebow will soon have his freedom.
ESPN New York reported Tuesday that the Jets are still expected to grant Tebow his release following this month's draft.
Up to this point, the Jets have kept the backup quarterback/personal punt protector on the roster in hopes of swinging a trade.
Unsurprisingly, there's been "no market" for his services and thus no takers.
Even though he's not in the Jets' plans, Tebow will report to the team's voluntary workouts, which begin on April 15. But that speaks more to his professional demeanor than his Jets loyalty; he knows he's not in the club's future plans, and is just trying to be a good soldier until his walking papers are delivered.
It's unclear where Tebow will land once he's cut -- or if he even has a NFL future. However, it's evident that both he and the Jets have soured on each other, and this ill-fated marriage is finally ready to c...
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Now that the Seattle Seahawks have emphatically denied interest in the New York Jets' maligned and disgruntled quarterback Tim Tebow, where might the NFL’s biggest enigma wind up?There are only a handful of teams who really could use Tebow’s services. Backing up Russell Wilson would have been a good place to revitalize his career, but seeing the field other than gimmick plays...
Tim Tebow hijacked much of the 2011 NFL season and the entire 2012 offseason, save for a few days that featured the bounty scandal and Peyton Manning's free-agent tour. But it's astonishing how little we've heard about Tebow in 2013.
But now that the free-agent frenzy is out of the way and there's a very mini lull here before the draft becomes all the rage during...
At one time the St. Louis Rams were rumored as a team that was interested in Jets’ quarterback Tim Tebow.
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Rams aren’t interested in trading for Tebow.
Scratch Rams off list of possible destinations for Tim Tebow. St. Louis, rumored 2 be interested last yr, won’t be trading for him, I’m told
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN...
It was reported yesterday that Tim Tebow plans on attending the New York Jets’ voluntary workouts next week.
According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, the Jets still plan on releasing Tebow after the NFL draft, since they can’t find a trade partner.
It will be very interesting to see if Tebow draws any interest as a free agent.
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Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports that the Jets are expected to release QB Tim Tebow following the upcoming draft.
Cimini adds that Tebow is still expected to report next Monday for the start of the Jets’ voluntary workouts.
The Jets have reportedly been trying to trade Tebow, but haven’t found any real interest. A recent report mentioned that the Seahawks considered the...
Tim Tebow is not going to the Seattle Seahawks despite rumors indicating that the team has considered him.
Seattle is in the market for a backup quarterback after trading Matt Flynn to Oakland last week for two draft picks. Since the offense is running more zone-read plays, the thinking was that they would want a quarterback who can run to backup Russell Wilson.
The Seattle Times’...
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, Tim Tebow will show up for the Jets’ voluntary workouts next week, if he’s still on the team at that point.
Source: Tim Tebow will report to Jets voluntary workouts next week if he is still on the roster. #nyj
— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) April 8, 2013
I believe Tebow will still be a Jet next week. They don’t plan on...
The New York Jets may trade Darrelle Revis before the April 25 draft, but that doesn’t mean the team won’t force the star cornerback to participate in voluntary workouts in order for him to receive bonus money, reports Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com. Revis’ contract requires
BY NICK ST. DENISHere are some nuggets from Monday and early Tuesday to get you started:The Bills hosted another group of early-rounders Monday.Even though he won't be a Jet this coming season, Tim Tebow plans on attending voluntary workouts.Devin McCourty comes to former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice's defense.Kevin Kolb isn't ready to give away anything regarding...