Quarterback Tim Tebow
If Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell sticks to his word, quarterback Tim Tebow won’t be playing for his hometown team anytime soon.
After Sunday’s ugly 28-7 loss in Seattle, all indications pointed at a long, long week for Jets starter Mark Sanchez. But instead, with the calls for a change at quarterback as loud as ever, it’s Tim Tebow who has suddenly found himself on the hot seat.
Now that the Miami Dolphins have moved on from Peyton Manning and lost out on free agent quarterback Matt Flynn, there’s another name that continues to percolate just below the surface who could be a major draw for Miami.
The Peyton Manning stakeout moved to Arizona on Saturday, even though there was no sign of the superstar in the desert.
Where will Peyton Manning go next? That’s the big question a lot of people want answered as his whirlwind free-agency tour kicked off in grand fashion on Friday in Denver, Colorado.
Peyton Manning is in Denver, Colorado to discuss possibly joining the Broncos as the team’s starting quarterback.
Statistically, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is one of the worst passers in the league; and that may cost him playing time when the Broncos host the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Tim Tebow legend is quickly fading in Denver after a second-straight putrid performance as the the Broncos’ starting quarterback.
It’s been quite a precipitous fall for former University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow in the NFL.