(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist There wasn't much reason to dislike Tim Tebow, who never pretended to be anything he wasn't. Blame him for the Tebowing craze, if you will, but even that was worth a few laughs in a league that doesn't always embrace fun.
There wasn't much reason to like him as an NFL quarterback, either. Three teams tried their best to make use of his unique talents, but even Bill Belichick couldn't find a way to turn him into a competent QB.
It's hard to imagine anyone else trying, which means ESPN is going to have to find other programming to fill the hours that were spent endlessly debating Tebow's every move. Maybe the network can give him a show of his own for the profits he helped it make during the past few years.
If it's over for Tebow, well, maybe it's for the best. Allows him to get on with his life, and allows us to avoid being bombarded with news and opinions on a quarterback who was never going to be more than a bit player i...