Found January 10, 2013 on
NFL Trade Rumors:
Via NFL Trade Rumors:
Jacksonville Jaguars new GM David Caldwell told reporters that he “can’t imagine a scenario” where Tim Tebowwould be on their roster next season.
“He is a member of the New York Jets,” said Caldwell. “I can’t imagine a situation where he’s a Jacksonville Jaguar … even if he’s released.“
Tebow has linked to the Jaguars for years now and owner Shad Khan was reportedly willing to give him a shot at competing for a job next season.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported a few weeks ago that it’s “a virtual certainty” that Tebow would be playing for the Jaguars next year, which seems a little premature in hindsight given that they were likely to replace GM Gene Smith.
At this point in time, there doesn’t appear to be any interest in signing Tebow even if he were to become available. NFL teams may ask him to move to another position if he wants to continue playing football in the league.
BEST OF MAXIM
HUH, NO KIDDING
Recently retired Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff classified Tebow's role with the team as an "absolute mess," adding his presence was "a distraction."
When the trade was announced last Spring that would bring Tim Tebow to the New York Jets, many were left scratching their heads. Had the team lost all confidence in Mark Sanchez? Did Rex and Woody fall in love with Tebow after he led a comeback win against the stout Jets defense? Was it a ploy to sell PSLs? The answer to all those questions might actually be a resounding yes. But...
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, the New York Jets planned on lining quarterback Tim Tebow up as a running back, but never got around to it.
The team had visions of lining up Tebow at running back in traditional sets when they acquired him via trade from the Denver Broncos last March, according to a person with knowledge of the team’s plans at the time of the trade...
There is one of two things that should be done with Tim Tebow. Either let him be a full-time quarterback or turn him into a utility guy.
The Jets tried to do both and they failed miserably.
It has to be one or another. According to USA Today the Jets had plans of turning into a RB and sharing carries with Shonn Green.
I said this when Tebow was signed with the Jets, don’t call...
Tim Tebow and the New York Jets are parting ways after what developed into a disappointing season for both parties. Tebow accepted a trade to the Jets — and actually picked them over the Jacksonville Jaguars — because he believed he would have a good chance of becoming the starting quarterback there. Though Mark Sanchez’s poor play certainly merited a quarterback switch, Tebow...
The Tim Tebow questions have already started for new Jacksonville Jaguars GM David Caldwell, and he is doing his best to squash them before rumors start circulating. For those preparing to throw down money for Jags tickets with the belief that Tebow would come back to his hometown, you can forget it. Caldwell says it isn’t happening. “I can’t imagine a scenario where he would...
Former New York Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff made an appearance on the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM and didn’t hold back from giving his opinion how the Tim Tebow experiment didn’t work out.
Below are some highlights from the interview thanks to The Big Lead.
It was a mess. An absolute mess … I was very, very disappointed.
If you incorporate [Tebow] in different facets...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the Cleveland Browns will hire Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chdizonski as their next head coach.
Keith Britton reports his sources have informed him that the Browns will likely hire former Chargers head coach Norv Turner as well.
We’re still waiting to confirm whether or not Turner will be the team’s offensive coordinator, but it...
Recall back in December when ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported 'League sources say it is a virtual certainty Tim Tebow will land a job back home with the Jacksonville Jaguars'? Yeah, not so much....
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reports that Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will need a full knee reconstruction after it was revealed that he has ”complete” tears in both his ACL and LCL.
Mortensen adds that Griffin is expected to miss 6-8 months while he rehabs his injured knee.
“He should be ready for the 2013 season opener according to the sources that I spoke with,”...
David Caldwell's tenure as Jacksonville's general manager opened with him slamming the door on quarterback Tim Tebow.
He might do the same to Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne.
Caldwell spent the majority of his NFL career in Indianapolis and Atlanta, learning firsthand the importance of having a franchise quarterback. Finding one for the Jaguars likely will determine the team...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is set to
undergo total reconstruction surgery of his knee for complete tears of the ACL
and LCL, according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN. Mortensen adds that the
projected recovery timeframe for such a procedure is six-to-eight months.
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL...
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Robert Griffin III will undergo a full knee reconstruction after Dr. James Andrews diagnosed the star Redskins' quarterback with a complete tear of his right ACL and LCL. Andrews will perform the surgery in approximately six hours:
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will undergo total reconstruction of knee for complete tear of ACL and LCL...