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Tim Tebow wants to play quarterback in the NFL, but nobody in the NFL wants him as their quarterback. The last couple of years, Tebow has said that he is willing to do whatever it takes to help a team win, but he has been adament about being the starter. Before taking over starting duties in Denver two seasons ago, he vented frustration when he was looked over at the start of the year. He also expressed disappointment when Mark Sanchez continued to start during the year, and he was never given the opportunity to play under center. The Jets then released him earlier this week following the selection of Geno Smith, which just furthered the logjam at the position. Now that Tebow is looking for a gig, he appears to have finally realized that the only way he is going to get on an NFL roster is to accept the roll as a backup. Even better, Tebow is ready to go sit behind a great starter in the league so that he can learn what it takes to be a QB in the NFL Via Jason Cole: Tiny bit #Tebow news: he’d like to go where he can sit, [...]
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Warren Moon, who spent six seasons in the Canadian Football League, believes that Tim Tebow has no greater chance of success in that league than he does in the NFL.
Top 5 Reasons to sign Tim Tebow to your NFL Team: 5. The running quarterback just became a whole lot more popular with RG3 and Cam Newton. The Redskins led the NFL in rushing last year with their pistol offense.It was so impressive that the 49ers adopted it midway through the season with Colin Kaepernick.So if this is the hot new trend in the NFL, why not pick up a cheap, durable...
Days after Tim Tebow was released from the New York Jets, a photo has emerged of him in a sadden state. According to the Denver Post, who posted the photo on their Facebook page, Tebow is photographed in a parking lot [unknown where], as it appears he's either thinking hard, praying, or sadden over the fact that the Jets cut him. According to sources, Tebow has gone into hiding...
According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, at least one team that had a pick in the top-ten of last weeks draft passed on Jets quarterback Geno Smith because of his attitude.
Smith’s behavior before, during and after the draft has raised questions about his maturity, according to NFL talent evaluators. It also may have cost him money, approximately $3 million a year.
The Allen Event Center wasnt too small a stage for Terrell Owens. But what about Tim Tebow?
The quarterback, recently cut by the Jets, has been offered a contract by the Texas Revolution, according to The Dallas Morning News. The Texas Revolution is an arena football team that plays in the Dallas suburb of Allen.
We feel like Tim Tebow can give his testimony of his faith on family...
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Not exactly sure what Mark Sanchez was thinking here, but LeBron laughs at his futile attempt to rock a headband.
Mark Sanchez speaks with the media wearing a headband. Says it’s “my inner soccer player.” (via @kimjonessports) twitter.com/BleacherReport…
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 2, 2013
ESPN shed thousands of collective tears when the New York Jets released their personal protector on the punt team Monday. Some fans laughed. Others thanked greater powers (why, I don’t know). Some NFL general managers confirmed publicly that their team had no interest in the newly-waived former quarterback. The ears of some GMs perked up. Lions GM Martin...
Former Jets quarterback Tim Tebow through waivers unclaimed today and is now officially a free agent. He can sign with any team at any time.
Just because no teams put in a claim for Tebow doesn’t mean no one is interested. Now that he’s a free agent, we’ll find out if anyone really wants to really sign him.
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With the No. 39 overall selection in April's draft, the Jets took a chance on their quarterback of the future by rolling the dice on West Virginia standout Geno Smith. Find out whether the front office's gamble will pay off during Smith's first season in the Big Apple.
Speaking on the quarterback competition, Mark Sanchez says he has “no doubt” he will win the starting role (Credit: AP Photo)
On Monday, the New York Jets made headlines when the cut former first round quarterback Tim Tebow who spent just one season with the team before being cut. With Tebow off the team, the Jets were down to just five potential starting quarterbacks. Heading...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Heres the thing that doesnt make a shred of sense: Collin Klein is a smart guy. Surely, hes watched enough of Tim Tebow to know that this is not the path that lands you at Candy Castle in the end.
Surely, hes seen enough NFL games to know that quarterbacks whove been trained to run first, run second, and throw third usually wind up getting their knees bent like...
On this recent edition of The UC Show, Ed leads off by going crazy on the newly-drafted quarterback of the New York Jets, Geno Smith. See, it’s one thing that Geno didn’t get drafted in the first round. Teams are going to do what’s in their best interest. It’s been like that since day one. [...]The post Podcast: The Angry Corner, NFL Draft, And Cinco De Mayweather appeared...