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NFL Trade Rumors:
Mike Silver of the NFL Network reports that that the St. Louis Rams have discussed the idea of signing QB Tim Tebow.
Silver believes it’s unlikely that the Rams will actually sign him to a contract.
Starting QB Sam Bradford went down with what appears to be a very serious knee injury, and reports following the game indicate that Bradford could be done for the season.
As things stand right now, the Rams have Kellen Clemens as the likely replacement for Bradford, so it makes sense that they would consider some of the available options even if Bradford can return at some point.
Tebow was last with the Patriots, but was cut loose before the start of the regular season. There was a report that indicated Tebow received an “inquiry” from an undisclosed team, but there has been no buzz since then regarding a return to the NFL.
We’ll have more regarding Tebow and the Rams as the news is available.
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From @MikeSilver: Rams have discussed signing Tim Tebow. Post to come.
— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) October 20, 2013
Sam Bradford appears to have a serious knee injury, so the Rams are going to have to bring in someone, why not Tebow?
Rams coach Jeff Fisher says that Sam Bradford will be the starter again when he returns from his torn ACL. SOURCE: Rams on TwitterFantasy Spin:That won't be until 2014. In the meantime, Kellen Clemens will handle the quarterback duties for St. Louis. John Skelton, Matt Leinart and David Carr, all scheduled to work out for the Rams this week, could be brought on as backups.
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Bradford’s future with the Rams is now up in the air.
Source: Rams QB Sam Bradford has torn ACL.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 21, 2013