It will just take one team to say yes for Tim Tebow to get back to work after being released by the Jets.
The search for that team continues. The Cowboys were the latest team to say they weren’t interested in adding Tebow to their roster for the 2013 season. During a conference call with season-ticket holders, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team was looking elsewhere for a third quarterback when asked about Tebow.
“We feel really good about Kyle Orton,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “And that’s where it all starts and stops right there. He will be used differently to some degree than we’ll use [Tony] Romo. But he’s very capable of winning big games and we know how important that back-up slot is, especially if it’s temporary if you don’t have Romo. So we’re pretty set at quarterback and we wish Tim all the luck and all the best in the world. But we’re going forward there. What we need to look at at quarterback is what we might be doing with the third quarterback, and that remains to be seen.”
No great surprise there. As more teams say they aren’t interested in Tebow, it feels like the big surprise will come when and if a team decides to say yes.