Even though the regular season has come to an end, it was only a matter of time before the Tim Tebow trade talks started to heat up again–especially with all of the moves the New York Jets have made this week. It was clear last year that Tebow wasn’t a good fit for the Jets’ offense and now–it appears one of the top NFL rumors involves the team attempting to trade the quarterback once again.
Apparently, New York has plans to discuss possible trade scenarios with other teams when they travel to Indianapolis this week for the 2013 NFL Combine. What better way to try and trade a player with little value to your team than attend an event where every NFL team will have representatives at?
As much as the Jets don’t want to hear it, a trade involving Tebow seems highly unlikely considering most teams assume it will only be a matter of time before New York ends up cutting him to save money. Despite all of the success he had as a member of the Denver Broncos during the 2011 season, it’s clear Tebow still struggles when it comes to the basic mechanics of a quarterback and most likely would settle in the same role as last season with the Jets as a backup quarterback.
Look at the bright side–at least the Jets are concerned when it comes to realizing the Tebow experiment was a mistake and it’s time to move on after one season.
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