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Now that the Seattle Seahawks have emphatically denied interest in the New York Jets' maligned and disgruntled quarterback Tim Tebow, where might the NFL’s biggest enigma wind up?There are only a handful of teams who really could use Tebow’s services. Backing up Russell Wilson would have been a good place to revitalize his career, but seeing the field other than gimmick plays and as a receiver might have been the only way the former Heisman Trophy winner would have competed.At the end of the 2012 season, it was thought by every media pundit under the sun (including myself) that Tebow would be in a Jacksonville Jaguars uniform in 2013. But the Jaguars fired then coach Mike Mularkey and general manager Gene Smith and hired new general manager David Caldwell, who stated in his team introduction there was no way Tebow would be part of the team’s plans moving forward.While his athleticism is undeniable and his enthusiasm is catchy, it does not hide deficiencies in his mechanics or hi...
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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...
After three months of twisting in the wind, Tim Tebow will soon have his freedom.
ESPN New York reported Tuesday that the Jets are still expected to grant Tebow his release following this month's draft.
Up to this point, the Jets have kept the backup quarterback/personal punt protector on the roster in hopes of swinging a trade.
Unsurprisingly, there's been "no market...
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The Seahawks reportedly looked into the possibility of acquiring Tim Tebow in a trade. Is that a good sign for the QB?
It was reported yesterday that Tim Tebow plans on attending the New York Jets’ voluntary workouts next week.
According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, the Jets still plan on releasing Tebow after the NFL draft, since they can’t find a trade partner.
It will be very interesting to see if Tebow draws any interest as a free agent.
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The Seattle Seahawks are not expected to make a move to add Tim Tebow to the roster. That news is hardly a surprise but that any team actually kicked the tires of acquiring the 25-year-old is news.
Tebow was rarely used after being acquired by the New York Jets last year. The Jets talked about using Tebow in a wildcat formation but his biggest contributions to the team came on special...
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports that the Jets are expected to release QB Tim Tebow following the upcoming draft.
Cimini adds that Tebow is still expected to report next Monday for the start of the Jets’ voluntary workouts.
The Jets have reportedly been trying to trade Tebow, but haven’t found any real interest. A recent report mentioned that the Seahawks considered the...
Tim Tebow is not going to the Seattle Seahawks despite rumors indicating that the team has considered him.
Seattle is in the market for a backup quarterback after trading Matt Flynn to Oakland last week for two draft picks. Since the offense is running more zone-read plays, the thinking was that they would want a quarterback who can run to backup Russell Wilson.
The Seattle Times’...
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
I believe Tebow will still be a Jet next week. They don’t plan on...
The New York Jets may trade Darrelle Revis before the April 25 draft, but that doesn’t mean the team won’t force the star cornerback to participate in voluntary workouts in order for him to receive bonus money, reports Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com. Revis’ contract requires
BY NICK ST. DENISHere are some nuggets from Monday and early Tuesday to get you started:The Bills hosted another group of early-rounders Monday.Even though he won't be a Jet this coming season, Tim Tebow plans on attending voluntary workouts.Devin McCourty comes to former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice's defense.Kevin Kolb isn't ready to give away anything regarding...