Tim Tebow’s Return to the NFL Must Come with a Position Change

September 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the lack of interest around the league suggests Tim Tebow is no longer an NFL quarterback, he is unquestionably still capable of being an NFL player. 
After the New England Patriots—one of the very few teams that showed interest in Tebow after he was cut by the New York Jets in April—became the second team in four months to release the most polarizing player in the NFL, he hit waivers. 
On Monday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirmed that the interest had completely dried up:
Tebow remains adamant about returning to the NFL as a quarterback. That showcases his impressive resolve and determination, but none of that matters when no team wants him as a QB. 
The idea of going to the Canadian Football League has been tossed around, most notably by premier quarterback coach (and one of Tebow's tutors) Steve Clarkson, who told USA Today's Jim Corbett, "Tim might want to look to the CFL because he may have run out of options in the NFL."
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