In Yahoo! Sports report titled “Tim Tebow blackballed by NFL teams because of cult-like following, media frenzy,” sportswriter Michael Silver explored the perceived toxicity of Tebowmania.
John Morgan — of Morgan & Morgan — even managed to fit in his slogan, “For the people.”
In a desperate attempt to get the 25-year-old back in the league, Jaguars fans have filed a petition on the White House’s “We the People” website in an effort to get President Barack Obama to call Caldwell and demand that he agree to terms with Tebow.
The Kansas City Chiefs kicked off the 2013 NFL Draft by selecting offensive lineman Eric Fisher.
“It’s great to be back,” Ross told the Giants’ official website. “Words can’t explain. I’m very excited to be back here.”
“Seriously, I’ve got goals,” Coughlin said. “I’ve got things I want to get done. I’ve got a foundation. I’ve got a family. I’ve got all these things that I would still very much like to accomplish.”
General manager John Idzik won’t release Tim Tebow before March, according to a report, and will instead attempt to trade him.
When asked directly if the unorthodox quarterback could succeed in the pros, John Elway said “in the right situation I think it’s a possibility.”
Tim Tebow was two wins from the Super Bowl a year ago. Now, he’s pretty much a player without a team — likely to be released by the Jets after one frustrating season.
Speaking at his introductory press conference on Thursday, GM Dave Caldwell said, “I can’t imagine a scenario where (Tebow) will be a Jacksonville Jaguar.”
Tom Gamble of the 49ers’ organization has emerged as favorite to land the Jets’ open GM position.
Ernie Palladino plays Santa and hands out Christmas presents to New York sports icons.
Concise, humble, understated. Life would have been a lot easier for Rex Ryan if he had acted like that a long time ago.
When it comes to the Jets, there have been but a few stories this season that warranted further attention. One stars Muhammad Wilkerson, a behemoth of a man who has quietly become a very good player.
There’s no reason to print playoff tickets or plan a parade down One Jets Drive, but Gang Green has somehow found a way to hang in there. At least for the moment.