It's starting to be clear to the New York Jets that NO ONE in the NFL wants their quarterback Tim Tebow. Due to that, it's being reported by ESPN New York that the Jets [if all other options have failed to trade Tebow] will simply release Tebow."I don't see anyone trading for Tebow," said a NFL personnel director. "If the Jets get compensation, that's impressive."One of the potential landing spots for Tebow in free agency could be the San Fransisco 49ers, where Tebow would placed in a mobile back-up role to starter Colin Kaepernick in the 49ers read-option offense.Of course, the 49ers would have to show interest in Tebow.