Let the Tebow trade rumors begin, the question is who will jump at the chance? According to a recent SI report on Feb. 3 the New York Jets will not release Tim Tebow outright and will instead seek a trade partner for the quarterback, according to a report from Adam Schefter at ESPN.
This news comes despite reports that few if any teams in the league are interested in taking a shot on Tebow.
Last year the New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars were the only two teams interested in bringing Tebow on board in a trade from the Denver Broncos, and it looks like Tebow unfortunately made the wrong decision.
Fast forward one season and the Jets are already trying to dump Tebow - without ever giving him a shot to run the team.
I guess I am in the minority in believing that Tebow could actually become a good quarterback in this league, but it is mind blowing that he gets such a bad rap for someone who has truly never been given a shot.
Tebow took over for Kyle Orton (mind you, the Broncos traded QB Jay Cutler to get Orton and he was supposed to spring board the Denver offense) and even though it wasn't pretty at times, he led the Broncos to a playoff win vs. the Steelers.
It will be interesting to see where Tebow lands next season.