Tim Tebow is back in the NFL. Well, not quite, but he might be if things go his way. The former
Denver Broncos quarterback will sign a one-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars according to the NFL Network. The deal should be finalized next week.
Tebow will also play in a new position when he signs for the Jaguars, and it is a change that scouts have asked him to make for a very long time. The former Broncos’ quarterback will play as a tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars and has been training in that position in the days before the NFL draft.
A Short NFL Career
Tebow made his name as a quarterback for the Broncos and had a decent 8-6 record as a starting
quarterback. However, after two years with the Broncos, Tebow moved to the New York Jets.
He was in New York for only one season and spent more time on the tabloid covers than on the
football field. During that season, Tebow attempted only 8 passes and completed 6.
After his short stint with the Jets, the quarterback spent offseasons with the Patriots in 2013 and
with the Eagles in 2015 and gave up on the NFL afterward. After leaving the NFL, he had a media gig and then tried to play baseball with the New York Mets.