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4 Potential New Homes for Tebow

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That Tim Tebow won't be a Jet next season is a fait accompli. The team, according to multiple reports, will either trade him or cut him, and the fun of watching him sprint on the field four or five times a game to replace Mark Sanchez soon will be replaced by a new parlor game: speculating about which team he'll join next.

Complicating that question, of course, is Tebow's brief tenure with the Jets, which saw his career as a quarterback travel a steep downward arc.

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