It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Tim Tebow’s tenure
with the New York Jets has nearly come to an end, but Chris Mortensen of ESPN,
via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, is now reporting that it’s “a
virtual certainty” that the quarterback will play for the Jacksonville Jaguars
In fact, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that it’s “a
virtual certainty” that Tebow will play for the Jaguars in 2013. Mortensen says
Jaguars owner Shad Khan still wants Tebow in Jacksonville, just as he did in
March, and this time Khan is likely to get his man.
The Jaguars were interested in Tebow, whose hometown is
Jacksonville, last offseason when the Denver Broncos made him available. He
ultimately landed with the Jets, but New York hasn’t utilized him as expected.
It’s reached the point where he’s been passed over on the team’s depth chart by
Greg McElroy, who will start today in place of Mark Sanchez.
While there’s question if the addition of Tebow would make
the Jaguars a more competitive team, it certainly makes sense from a business
perspective. Considering there are few clubs expected to give Tebow a
legitimate shot next season, Jacksonville is a realistic landing spot for the
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