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Peter King of SI.com was a guest on The Dan Patrick Show today and was asked which teams would be the best fit for Tim Tebow now that he’s a free agent. King went on and said that he thinks the 49ers and Packers would be a good fit for Tebow.  We already know the 49ers aren’t interested in Tebow and I’d be shocked if the Packers had any interest in him. King did make a good point though.  A team like Green Bay would be a great place for Tebow to sign with because he would be able to sit behind Aaron Rodgers as he learns and develops as a quarterback.  The problem is that him image is too big and teams don’t want to deal with that.   Need NFL Tickets?
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