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The Jets will explore all options with Sanchez, including a trade, and the team plans to part ways with Tebow after the season, league sources said Wednesday.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A clearly miffed Tim Tebow, no longer masking his season-long frustration, left no doubt Wednesday he's unhappy with his role on the New York Jets and will seek to play elsewhere next season.Tebow, upset he was passed over for the starting quarterback job, spoke of the Jets in the past tense, admitting he doesn't understand why they traded for him last March. Asked if he envisions returning to the team in 2013, he said, "I'm not sure. It's something we'll talk about after the season."The backup quarterback is expected to ask out, clarifying, "I haven't asked for a trade yet" -- the word "yet" hanging in the air. He's signed through 2014.
Who would want him at this point?
Quote from: youngone on December 19, 2012, 09:55:12 PMWho would want him at this point?Java?
Someone will take a chance on him, but he's proven to be too much of a locker room cancer at this point for most teams.
That article and the quotes just scream"out of context" to me. I think the writer is just trying to stir the pot.Quote from: Spoolios on December 19, 2012, 10:03:45 PMSomeone will take a chance on him, but he's proven to be too much of a locker room cancer at this point for most teams.Sad thing is it's the media that's the real cancer with their circus act around the guy. Someone will take him and try and use him as a wildcat again. I think the hate for the guy caught the Jets off guard and in that kind of undisciplined atmosphere it got bad enough they couldn't use him like they wanted to. Whatever team does bring him in (and one will) also needs to have a stable QB situation and set boundaries at the outset, that he is NEVER going to be the starter.