Welcome to New York, new Jets general manager John Idzik. Your first job? Trade Tim Tebow for something more than peanuts. Your second job? Try to understand the circus that is the New York Jets.
While it's no secret that the Jets are interested in moving on from quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tebow, what has been interesting this offseason is how they're trying to go about it.
First came reports that the Jets want to ditch Sanchez, but are looking for someone like journeyman Tarvaris Jackson to take his place. (In the Jets' defense, they have very little salary-cap room available.)
Now, in trying to find a buyer for Tebow, who was badly misused in the Jets' system during the season, the team looks like it's pinning the entire situation on fired GM Mike Tannenbaum in hopes of saving face. While it has been widely believed that owner Woody Johnson brought Tebow to New York in some kind of publicity ploy, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports that the Jets now say that Johnson was not behind ...