Is Tebow's Time in NFL All Over?

Jack Dempsey/AP; Ron Antonelli/New York Daily News; Chris Szagol

Tim Tebow is expected to be one-and-done with the Jets, and now that the potential landing spot in his hometown of Jacksonville is officially closed, the NFL may have seen the last of Tebow Mania.

Just a little over one year ago, Tebow threw a short pass over the middle that DeMaryius Thomas turned into an 80-yard touchdown on the first play of overtime that allowed the Broncos to beat the Steelers in the wild-card round.


That is likely to be the No. 1 highlight of Tebow’s career forever and always. He may have been nothing more than a shooting star.

Can he be done at the age of 25?

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