Shad Khan will not make a decision on whether team will sign the free agent Tim Tebow.
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan has told reporters that he will have no say in the clubs decision to sing the available Quarterback to their roster.
After being released by the New York Jets last month, the 25-year old has garnered little attention from any NFL teams, and his hometown team seem to be doing the same.
Khan says that he trusts his coaching and scouting staff to make the right decisions for his team’s roster, and that he will have no influence in their player personnel decisions.
“My goal was to get the couple of key people, Dave Caldwell, Gus (Bradley), in and really empower them to do the right thing,” Khan told NFL.com.
“So I think they’re over 3,000 now professional football players in the league. Who they decide to pick, they need to come up with the best players who’s gonna put us in a position to win.”
While it is the popular choice with the fans to make their local hero their starting Quarterback, Khan and Bradley must ignore all of those cries and make a decision that will only benefit the team next season.
Whether Tebow gets another shot in the NFL remains to be seen, but it seems likely that it wont be with the Jacksonville Jaguars.