Tim Tebow ready to change positions?

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According to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report,  free agent NFL quarterback Tim Tebow has “slightly” eased his stance on only wanting to play quarterback.

Once Tebow sees that teams aren’t interested in him, I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up changing positions just so he can get back on an NFL roster.  He could be a fullback or a tight end.  Depending on how well he blocks and catches the ball.

 

 

  • https://www.facebook.com/daniel.stillmunks Daniel Stillmunks

    Good ! Maybe he can go back to the Patriots and fill Danny Amendolas place. Or fill Aaron Hernandez’s place . Or Gronkowskis place. Or Danny Woodheads place. or even Wes Welker’s place.

    • Anonymous

      Not a chance.

      • https://www.facebook.com/daniel.stillmunks Daniel Stillmunks

        Thank YOU for your BO-L-D response, Mr. Anonymous. Gutless cowards, don’t put down their names.
        They’re just like snipers; one work answer. I’m done.
        B__

        ___urp !! I’m having a beer with Gronkowski

  • Francesco

    Just don’t understand…Geno Smith is now a QB for the Jets and I have not seen such a bad QB…and so are a few other QB’s in this league…If I were an owner of a team I would start Tebow in a heartbeat. As an owner… whether Tebow is a good passing QB or not will not matter…I know that he leaves his heart and soul on the field each and every night…that’s all I would want from a QB. All it takes is one owner with a vision…is someone willing to give this guy a chance?

    • John Schwartz

      A “learned” QB and a “Learning” QB eager to learn are two absolutely different things…..

      • https://www.facebook.com/daniel.stillmunks Daniel Stillmunks

        So you are saying TEBOW has learned all those bad habits and Geno Smith still working on his skill set? Is that so? ? WHY then is Tebow hiring QB guru’s to help him with his stance, his foot placement, his release? NOT only that, Tebow was working out (weight lifting) really hard at the Jets. I personally believe that Tim tore or ripped his left rotator cuff! Perhaps, an MRI would tell if there is damage and its minor arthroscopic surgery. It would explain the ‘ball fluttering’ and ‘being off target.’ wouldn’t it.
        I know, I had ditto above.