New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow was seen working out at Paradise Valley Community College in Arizona with a personal trainer, going through some drills and running sprints. The sighting by TMZ has sparked some talk about whether there's a fit for Tim Tebow with the Arizona Cardinals next season. Given the recent statement from new Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell, and also given the state of the Arizona Cardinals quarterback situation, Tim Tebow might be a nice fit in Arizona.
Tim Tebow with the Arizona Cardinals? The Cardinals weren't involved in the Tim Tebow sweepstakes last season, as they were hoping Kevin Kolb would pan out. Or John Skelton. Or somebody. Now Arizona is one of the few teams in a worse situation at the quarterback position than the New York Jets, so they might be willing to give Tim Tebow a shot at recapturing his 2011 Denver Broncos magic.
For the Jets, it's unclear what they will do at the quarterback position, at least until an offensive coordinator is hired. And an offensive coordinator won't be hired until a new general manager is in place, which is supposed to happen this week. However, it is highly unlikely that Tim Tebow will be with the Jets next season. With the Jacksonville Jaguars taking themselves out of the running, there are only so many other teams that would fit the bill. The Arizona Cardinals are one of those teams.
Tebow Time for the Arizona Cardinals? Could be. Or, maybe Tim Tebow just wanted to work out in Arizona. While Tebowmania has certainly died down as a result of his lack of playing time this season, everything Tim Tebow does is still watched carefully and dissected. If he does go to Arizona and gets a shot at the starting quarterback job, it would be a nice boost for Arizona Cardinals interest around the league and would add another young, athletic quarterback to the NFC West (Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson and to an extent, Sam Bradford)
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