Texas Governor Greg Abbott Votes for Tim Tebow to Replace Injured Tony Romo

September 21, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured left clavicle against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, so the team faces some uncertainty at the position.
If the Cowboys are searching the market for a replacement, Texas governor Greg Abbott has a suggestion: Tim Tebow.
The Eagles released Tebow when they trimmed their roster to 53 players a week before the 2015 season began. He has not been on an NFL roster during the season since he was a member of the New York Jets in 2012.
It came as a surprise to some that Philadelphia cut Tebow, especially after the team traded quarterback Matt Barkley, seemingly clearing a roster spot for him. However, the Eagles decided Tebow—now back working for ESPN as an analyst—had not done enough in the preseason to earn a spot.
Outside of the New England Patriots, no team in the NFL gets more attention than the Cowboys. And it could be argued that Tebow is the most talked-about athlete in the history of spor...

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