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Even before it was announced that the Denver Broncos were going to put Tim Tebow on the trading block, the Denver Broncos were "quietly shopping" Tebow around at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, according to a report from the Florida Times-Union.This would indicate that after the Broncos lost to the New England Patriots in the 2012 NFL Playoffs, the team didn't want to keep Tebow, going into the 2012-2013 NFL season.Remember, Manning wasn't release from the Indianpolis Colts two weeks after the NFL Combine, which means that the Broncos -- had they gotten Peyton Manning or not -- wanted to get rid of Tebow.There's an idea that "if" Tebow had stayed in Denver, he could have lost a quarterback competition with a second string or a third string QB.
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The Jets will no doubt try to get creative in finding ways to get their new QB onto the field in 2012, and the latest rumor is that they may even let him play on special teams.
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The Oakland Raiders may consider trying to trade for New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, RaidersTalk learned early Sunday morning.
Gan Stermama, a Raiders fan who lives in the local Oakland area, called RaidersTalk editors this morning to break the news. Stermama informed us that he has been trying to contact ESPN since January to...
When the Denver broncos traded Tim Tebow to the New York Jets two weeks ago, the New York sports media responded exactly how we knew it would:
But beyond the made up rumors of Tebow plotting to oust Mark Sanchez like he’s the modern day Santa Anna, there has been equal, slightly-more-legitimate excitement from NYC businesses, as Tebow’s star power means that marketing and merchandising...
The New York Jets put themselves front and center in the media spotlight after acquiring QB Tim Tebow from the Denver Broncos. Now it appears that the Jets would like the media to turn the spotlight off or shine it someplace else. Seriously, what did the New York Jets think was going to happen when they added the most polarizing player in professional sports with a cult...
Reebok wants a judge to lift a ban on its sale of apparel with
the name of New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow.
POLICE BLOTTER (X2)
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested in Montana on Monday—the second time in four days—and faces charges of burglary, theft and two counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs.
The Colts seemingly are incredibly interested in Robert Griffin III in the upcoming draft or are at least doing their best to convince us they're interested.
Nate Dunlevy tackles this possibility with his usual deft touch:
Sorry, not buying it. If they were making a late-in-the-game push to go after Luck then that means they didn't have enough information back in March...
Just as he had done the previous week when asked about the Peyton Manning saga that was still unfolding, Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck gave polished and professional answers regarding his return to the team after the Titans lost out on Manning.
Hasselbeck had spoken of being "comfortable" with whatever decision was made in an interview with TitanInsider.com in the...
Jets coach Rex Ryan believes Tim Tebow will excel in Wildcat - The Boston Globe: Great stuff...
As the calendar turns to April, this month's draft looms large in the minds of many. With the Jets deal for quarterback Tim Tebow peaking fans' interest, New York still has several positions to address via the draft and free agency.
Could the New York Jets be bringing Tebow-mania to HBO's "Hard Knocks" this summer? If you heard team owner Woody Johnson correctly today— he didn't rule out the possibility.
Johnson, appearing at the opening of the NFL's new mid-town Manhattan pop-up store, said he heard rumors that the network was interested in having the Jets back on the documentary...