For Now, Tebow Can't Go Home Again

Kevin Hagen/For the New York Daily News

Tim Tebow’s next stop will not be Jacksonsville, if he even has a next stop.

New Jacksonsville general manager David Caldwell put a decisive end to any thought that the lightning-rod quarterback could end up in his hometown, putting a serious question mark on Tebow’s NFL future.

Caldwell left little doubt at his introductory press conference on Thursday that the Jets’ backup/third-string quarterback isn’t in his plans. Last month, ESPN cited league sources that it was a “virtual certainty” that Tebow would land with his hometown team through a trade or release by the Jets, but Caldwell made it clear that that's simply not happening.


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