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It appears Tim Tebow will not be wearing navy blue, neon green and grey next season, unless there’s an Arena League team with similar colors.
The Jets quarterback is not on the Seahawks’ radar, according to the Seattle Times. There were previous rumors that Seattle could be interested in Tebow because of the read-option looks the team incorporates.
The Seahawks are instead interested in Seneca Wallace, Tyler Thigpen, Brady Quinn and Matt Leinart to back up Russell Wilson. Seattle recently traded Matt Flynn to the Raiders. They’re left with just Josh Portis to play behind their second-year sensation.
It’s likely Tebow will be released or traded before the 2013 season begins. Quarterbacks Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Greg McElroy and Matt Simms are also on the New York roster.
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The Seattle Seahawks are searching for a backup quarterback
now that they’ve traded Matt Flynn to the Oakland Raiders, but Tim Tebow is not
one of the players they are likely to pursue, according to Danny O’Neil of The
With Russell Wilson cemented as the team’s franchise
quarterback, Seattle is looking for a backup that can continue to produce the
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, Tim Tebow will show up for the Jets’ voluntary workouts next week, if he’s still on the team at that point.
Source: Tim Tebow will report to Jets voluntary workouts next week if he is still on the roster. #nyj
— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) April 8, 2013
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