Found February 03, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that league sources have mentioned that the New York Jets intend to hold on to QB Tim Tebow with hopes of trading him in the next few weeks before they consider releasing him outright. Schefter adds that there’s not expected to be much interest in Tebow in the trade market. On NFL GM mentioned that; “I think his career is over without playing another position.” The Jacksonville Jaguars were believed to have interest in Tebow a few months back, but that was before they brought in new GM David Caldwell who has already refuted the idea of adding Tebow at any point. Jacksonville will have until March 12th to shop Tebow around the league. They are reportedly looking for a “mid- to late-round” pick in return for Tebow, but it’s not only hard to imagine a team wanting Tebow to play quarterback at this point, but it would be even more surprising to see someone part with draft picks for him. There stands at least a reasonable chance that he may have to move to an...
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