Nope, Tim Tebow still doesn’t have a job in the National Football League. But that doesn’t mean his services aren’t wanted in other capacities. The former Jets quarterback made an appearance on the All-Star Celebrity Apprentice finale on Sunday night.
Garrard is out of the Jets’ quarterback competition. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Garrard plans to retire because of lingering knee issues.
“I feel badly for the guy,” Tisch told TMZ. “Had another team picked him up after the Broncos, maybe he’d have a career. I think him going from the Broncos to the Jets was not in anybody’s best interest.”
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The closest Tebow came to shedding light on what he might do next was when he repeated one of his favorite sayings: “I don’t know what the future holds, but at the end of the day I know who holds my future.”
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.
“Right now, it’s Sanchez, and that’s who we’re going with,” Holmes said Wednesday. “And we’re going to continue on this road until time permits.”
John Morgan — of Morgan & Morgan — even managed to fit in his slogan, “For the people.”
“What happened up there in New York last year was a joke, but then again so is their team,” Ditka said in a radio interview.
Even on the unemployment line, Tim Tebow remains a popular presence.
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.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has dealt with great adversity on the field with his team the past year. But through it all, he kept his eye on the ball in regards to something more important than football: his health.
Mark Sanchez spoke for more than 20 minutes about the New York Jets’ crowded quarterback situation, saying all the right things throughout. Yes, he believes he’ll be the starter, and yes, he looks forward to the competition.
The selection of Geno Smith was labeled as just the latest gaffe by a Jets team, as just more evidence that this team and management in particular is a “circus.” That line of thinking is now a thing of the past. It isn’t the case around this team anymore.
“You don’t worry about anything,” McElroy said. “You just go out there and, with the reps you’re given, you make the most of them. That’s all you can really control and that’s all you can really worry about.”