Out of favour QB will be offered to other teams as Jets look to move on from failed trade.Tim Tebow is one of the most publicised players in the NFL right now.
Regardless of where he is playing, what he is doing, there is probably a camera crew right next to him.
The Florida Gators icon has had mixed success in the three years he has spent in the NFL, with last season being a torrid time for the one-time starter for the Denver Broncos.
After leading the Broncos to an overtime playoff victory last season, an ‘Tebow Time’ gripping the nation, the Quarterback was traded to the Jets for a fourth-round pick, and everyone was expecting Tebow fever to grip New York.
Whilst the media religiously followed the polarising character of Tebow, he barely saw the field at all, going from being a starting QB to being the punt protector on special teams.
It is clear that the trade didn’t pay off for the Jets and will now to look woo potential suitors at the upcoming combine. The Jets want the 26 year-old off their roster, and are hoping another franchise will have him as a backup to their starting Quarterback.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are always mentioned as a landing spot for the castaway player. They are in the midst of uncertainty at the QB position as 2010 draft pick Blaine Gabbert is still not developing into the quality starter they had hoped for.
Tebow played college football less than 100 miles away for the University of Florida, and if he returned to his home state it would bring fans from all over to see their former hero play. It s becoming more clear that whilst he is not a starting-calibre player in the NFL, he has enough hysteria and media buzz around him to have a future in the league.
Where that future lies is unclear, what is clear, it won’t be in New York.