The Montreal Alouettes would welcome Tebow to the CFL — provided he’s willing to compete for a job as a backup quarterback.
“He owns the team,” a source told the New York Post in regard to Woody Johnson. “All he had to do was say ‘no.’ Nothing is ever forced on Woody.”
“(It’s a) serious organizational issue at the heart of the Jets’ culture,” one executive told Metro. “I’m not sure if, with all due respect, that what Mr. Johnson is saying adds up.”
Former Denver Broncos executive Ted Sundquist, who interviewed with the Jets for their vacant general manager position, reportedly said that team owner Woody Johnson said that Tim Tebow was “forced” on both him and team president Neil Glat.
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
Gang Green plans to announce its new general manager by Thursday, league sources told CBS Sports. The website reported that all of the finalists will conclude their interviews on Wednesday.