Here’s a brief synopsis of the Tim Tebow experience in New York:
In March of 2011, Tebow was traded to the Jets and boy was he excited to be in New York.
He reportedly believed that he could beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job, but things began to head south pretty early for Tebow.
Then, former NFL player after former NFL player began to question why the Jets even traded for Tebow.
And despite the backing of Woody Johnson and promises of more playing time, Tebow basically rotted away on the sideline.
From there it seems that a Jets-Tebow break up was inevitable, but new GM John Idzik hinted to the NY Daily News that the Jets may actually keep Tebow around for another year.
“Tim, as you know, he’s currently on our roster. What we’re doing is we’re trying to increase competition at that position and positions across the board,” said Idzik. “So we’re going to let the competition play out. We’re going to see who we’re able to bring on board and let it play out this offsea...