While it's unclear where his next home will be -- in the NFL or otherwise -- Tim Tebow's time in New York is coming to a close.
In a column for ESPNNewYork.com, beat writer Rich Cimini reports the Jets are expected to release Tebow next month.
No surprise here. Jets coaches have already admitted the Tebow experiment was an abject failure, making it a lock both sides will part ways. By cutting him, New York will save $2.5 million against the cap.
However, one item does jump out, and it's in regard to who was behind the Tebow acquisition. All signs pointed toward owner Woody Johnson as the driving force, but apparently that wasn't the case.
Former Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist, who last week interviewed for the same position with the Jets, was told by Johnson that the Tebow trade wasn't his idea.
Instead, the high-profile quarterback/punt protector was "forced" on Johnson and team president Neil Glat, both of whom eventually "jumped on board with the idea" -- with much...