“He seems like a great guy to have on a team, and I’d be tempted to bring him in as our backup,” one NFC head coach told me Wednesday. “But it’s just not worth dealing with all the stuff that comes with it.”
“You don’t want to put up with the circus,” an AFC head coach told Silver.
We already know the Jaguars aren’t interested in Tebow even though they were ready to trade for him last year. The reason they’re no longer interested is because when new general manager David Caldwell was hired, he had the Jags promise him they wouldn’t go after Tebow.
As much as Tebow going to New England would make sense, since Patriots’ offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels drafted him in Denver, head coach Bill Belichick “hates” him as a player, according to Silver.
It would be great for Tebow to sit and learn behind a player like Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers, but he’s simply not worth the stress that comes with him.