If the Jets decide to cut quarterback Tim Tebow, the next question becomes whether any other team will sign him. Though some think he’d be a viable fullback at the NFL level, Tebow may insist on playing quarterback.
And if the Jaguars or the Cardinals or any other quarterback-needy team isn’t interested in letting Tebow play quarterback, he could always go north of the border.
As recently pointed out by Sportsnet, the Montreal Alouettes hold Tebow’s negotiating rights in the CFL. Previously, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats had dibs on Tebow.
Montreal’s incumbent starter, 40-year-old Anthony Calvillo, recently decided to return for another season. (But, hey, he needs a backup, right? Or a personal punt protector?)
Though it seems like a joke to think that a guy who helped take the Broncos from 1-5 to the final eight last season could be out of NFL options, there’s a chance he soon will be forced to move on from the NFL — unless he wants to move out to a new position.