The New England Patriots released quarterback Tim Tebow over the weekend, a move that some believe could signal the end of the former first-round pick's NFL career. It seems you can never count him out, but Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that "nothing is happening" on the Tebow front, as no team has expressed interest in bringing him in.
While no team is going to hand Tebow a starting job at this juncture of the season, there would seem to be several clubs that could use additional depth at the quarterback position. While they've been mentioned, including the New York Jets (imagine that!), Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills, no team has expressed interest in Tebow.
Tebow has also made it clear that he wants to be a quarterback in the NFL, as the former Heisman Trophy winner is not interested in playing in Canada. Even so, it's not clear that the CFL would welcome Tebow as anything more than a backup.
Several analysts have predicted that Tebow will never play in the NFL again. He may be more likely to get an audition if he's willing to step away from the quarterback position, but, at least at this point, that's not something he's interested in doing.
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