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Elway: Tebow Can Be QB 'In Right Situation'

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Is there a place in the NFL for Tim Tebow?

It's a question that will be asked often this offseason as the New York Jets look to find a trade partner (unlikely) for their quarterback or release him. It's a question John Elway was asked Thursday morning on WFAN radio.

"In the right situation, I think it's a possibility," the Denver Broncos executive said. "He's got to be in the right situation."

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