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ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that it’s “a virtual certainty” that Tim Tebow will play with the Jacksonville Jaguars next year. According to Mortensen, Jaguars owner Shad Khan still has interest in the former Florida Gator since neither Chad Henne and Blaine Gabbert have failed to live up to expectations. Jacksonville would reportedly hold an ”open competition” for the starting quarterback position between Tebow, Gabbert, and Henne. The New York Jets have already made it quite clear that Tebow will be released or traded, so it will be interesting to see Jacksonville waits until he’s released to sign, rather than parting with compensation in return for him. There’s no question that adding Tebow to their roster would generate plenty of interest in franchise that has been largely forgotten in terms of the media. The post “A Virtual Certainty” That Tim Tebow Will Play With Jaguars In 2013 appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors.
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It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Tim Tebow’s tenure
with the New York Jets has nearly come to an end, but Chris Mortensen of ESPN,
via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, is now reporting that it’s “a
virtual certainty” that the quarterback will play for the Jacksonville Jaguars
In fact, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that it’s “a
With Jaguars owner Shad Khan understandably desperate to put fans in the seats at EverBank Field, it is “a virtual certainty” that useless New York Jets employee Tim Tebow will play quarterback in Jacksonville next autumn. Tebow, who the Broncos … Continue reading →
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, Jets quarterback Tim Tebow will most likely be playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars next season.
And @mortreport reports it’s “a virtual certainty” that Tim Tebow will play in 2013 for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2012
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