Plenty of teams have said they have no interest in quarterback Tim Tebow. None have expressed interest.
The Dolphins have opted to say nothing at all.
“Our decision-making process regarding player personnel is confidential and we don’t discuss it publicly,” Dolphins spokesman Harvey Greene told PFT by email.
The deadline for making a waivers claim for Tebow’s existing contract comes in less than an hour, at 4:00 p.m. ET. If he’s not claimed (and it would be a shock if he is), Tebow then will become a free agent.
From a football standpoint, the Dolphins shouldn’t be interested in Tebow. From a business standpoint, they should be at the front of the line. Even if they’re the only ones in the line.
Tebow sells tickets. More immediately, he could motivate Tebowmaniacs to get to the polls on May 13 to vote in favor of a proposal that would contribute significant public money to the effort to renovate Sun Life Stadium.