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The New York Jets are expected to part ways with benchwarmer Tim Tebow next month — and that’s prompted a Big Apple blame game.ESPN New York reports that Jets owner Woody Johnson told former Broncos general manager Ted Sunquist — who interviewed for the Jets GM job — that Tebow was “forced on him.” Most observers thought Johnson was the one who pushed to sign Tebow in an attempt to sell tickets. But Sunquist tells a different story.
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Was Tim Tebow forced on Jets owner Woody Johnson? A report says that's what he was telling GM candidates whom he interviewed.
The New York Jets season is over. They will presumably part ways with quarterback Tim Tebow.
With both of those statements in mind, you would think that the subject of their pairing would begin to die down.
Jets owner Woody Johnson does not answer to anyone.
He apparently felt the need to discuss Tebow with GM candidates when the team was looking for one.
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The most confusing team in the NFL continues to be the New York Jets. The current saga of complete confusion began last year when the Jets traded for a backup quarterback, Tim Tebow. At the time, it seemed as if owner Woody Johnson was adamant about bringing in Tebow, but now, Johnson is saying Tebow was "forced" on him according to SI.com. Head coach Rex Ryan spent the...
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Last we heard of the New York Jets and their second- and sometimes-third string quarterback, Tim Tebow, owner Woody Johnson was trying to convince us that he was “forced” into making a trade with the Denver Broncos to acquire the eventual inspiration for Skip Bayless’ sex doll. Because if we’ve learned anything in this silly little...
Welcome to New York, new Jets general manager John Idzik. Your first job? Trade Tim Tebow for something more than peanuts. Your second job? Try to understand the madness that is the New York Jets.
While it’s no secret that the Jets are interested in moving on from quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tebow, what has been interesting this offseason is how they’re trying to go about it...
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While the New York Jets continue to play the blame game on whose fault it actually was for acquiring him, Tebow goes about his vacation time like a boss — Tim was spotted poolside in Scottsdale over the weekend. It’s amazing how much a year can change things.-TO
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Tebow Poses with the Arizona chicks
Welcome to New York, new Jets general manager John Idzik. Your first job? Trade Tim Tebow for something more than peanuts. Your second job? Try to understand the circus that is the New York Jets.
While it's no secret that the Jets are interested in moving on from quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tebow, what has been interesting this offseason is how they're trying to go about...
Matters appear to be getting particularly nasty in the impending divorce between Sale Johnson and Ahmad Rashad. Last week we shared the story that the two were getting divorced, and that Johnson didn’t like Rashad hanging out with Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods, whom she considered to be bad influences. The latest report says that Johnson is banning her soon-to-be ex-husband from...
You’d be hard pressed to find another team in the NFL that is in as much current disarray than the New York Jets. The Jets have been dysfunctional for the last two seasons and the situation does not seem to be calming down anytime soon. Yesterday, news broke that Jets owner Woody Johnson told a general manager candidate that QB Tim Tebow was forced on him last season. Excuse me...
Former Seattle Seahawks executive John Idzik has agreed to become the New York Jets' GM, the team announced Friday. After a long search, Woody Johnson and his underlings have found their man... or should we say, their sucker. The money must have been apparently right for Idzik, or he must really love a stiff challenge.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson promised wholesale changes this offseason and so far he has delivered. With new faces in the front office, coaching staff and the NFL draft looming, Gang Green's complete makeover is already underway.
Rex Ryan and Woody Johnson have a number of options to replace Mark Sanchez who makes $8.25 million in 2013. There’s no guarantee for Sanchez to be the starter and new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg must be looking at a number of replacements. The real problem for the Jets is the $20 million they are over the cap limit, per Brian Costello from the New York Post. While replacing...