Tim Tebow Cut By NFL Team

By Jeffrey Beall from Colorado, USA - Tebow and Clady coming off the field, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=77907304

Former NFL phenom Tim Tebow has now been unceremoniously cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

As The Daily Wire reports:

The Tim Tebow experiment has come to a close.

On Tuesday morning, ESPN insider Adam Schefter reported Tebow’s release from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Tebow signed a one-year contract with the Jaguars in May to once again play under Urban Meyer — his college coach at the University of Florida. Before the signing, Tebow had been out of the NFL since 2012 and had been playing professional baseball in the minor leagues for the New York Mets. There was never a guarantee that Tebow would make the regular-season roster, and his lack of experience at the position put him at a disadvantage.

In the Jaguars’ first preseason game, Tebow played 16 snaps at tight end.

ESPN host Stephen Smith had previously called Tebow’s signing an example of so-called ‘White Privilege.’


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Philip Byler
Philip Byler
1 year ago

The NFL ordered Tebow be cut.

Christine Getter
1 year ago
Reply to  Philip Byler

If that is the truth or even partially true the NFL will loose more viewers … again, as they should.

Monica T. Goodin
Monica T. Goodin
1 year ago

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Monica T. Goodin
Monica T. Goodin
1 year ago
Reply to  Philip Byler

vivo

Monica T. Goodin
Monica T. Goodin
1 year ago

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Donna & Chuck Pedrey
Donna & Chuck Pedrey
1 year ago
Reply to  Philip Byler

Read Tim’s book “Through My Eyes”…GREAT!…Tim should be motivational speaker for young people…NFL is a waste of time.

ranman
ranman
1 year ago

Too bad!!!
Good man, good role model, for this country and world!
Guess he too good a person for the NFL !!??

Donald S Tessler
Donald S Tessler
1 year ago
Reply to  ranman

Yes he is way too good for the NFL. They would much rather keep convicted felons.

Donna & Chuck Pedrey
Donna & Chuck Pedrey
1 year ago
Reply to  ranman

Read Tim’s book…God has a better plan for Tim than NFL. Unfortunately, Tim is another statistic of “cancel culture” because of his faith and the color of his skin.
Blessings Tim…you are loved❤️

Tom
Tom
1 year ago

The NFL is too corrupt for an honest Christian guy like Tebow. They’re afraid he may make them feel guilty for their corrupt and evil ways.

JeffH
JeffH
1 year ago

Unfortunately he was one of a type of individual we as fans want to see and the NFL needs to return to a fun sport to watch.

Lawrence Guidry
Lawrence Guidry
1 year ago

If you expected the NFL to be fair with Tim Tibow, it was not going to happen, simply he’s to good and honest for the sport of football or baseball. No one wants role models, they want POS like K-Dick and Roger “can’t be honest” with the same folks who are expected to WATCH these games, more will stop watching.

Steven Halprin
1 year ago

I haven’t watched football since Kspernick showed that he and the league are anti American A holes. I would have watched again if Tebow was playing. I guess it means more time to do things that are actually productive. Best of luck to a great role model.

Last edited 1 year ago by Steven Halprin
Steven Halprin
1 year ago
Reply to  Steven Halprin

All he does is win. Who would want that?

Stephenie Sporcich
Stephenie Sporcich
1 year ago

I still think he was meant to be a QB.

Last edited 1 year ago by Stephenie Sporcich
oldedude
oldedude
1 year ago

I’ve never had much use for “professional sports” – spending my time and my money watching grown men (and sometimes women) playing children’s games, but, you know, to each his/her own. However, when these people presume to tell me how I should feel and how I should act and when they want to shame me instead of entertain me, well, I say time to shut them off and shut them out. Hopefully, those who have been wont to feed these people and their pretensions will now get the message and drop these fools like the tools they are. Without an audience, they’re just someone with an opinion and likely not a terribly well informed one at that.

r w
r w
1 year ago

If his name was KrapperDick I am sure this wouldn’t have happened!

David Stone
David Stone
1 year ago

Stephen Smith has enjoyed a career of racism and condescending comments about “white privilege” for way too long. Should we call his career an example of the “black privilege” that is never talked about for fear that it would be considered racist? Isn’t turn about fair play or is it verboten in todays sports commentary business? Often he seems to be quite prejudiced about white athletes not measuring up to (his) standards while black players seem to get a more frequent pass. Wouldn’t that considered racist by most standards in the sports world today or is he just too powerful a sports analyst to even mention that in open forums?

Jerry
Jerry
1 year ago

I was a huge nfl fan my team was the Vikings but seeing how the nfl wants to be political I quit watching a few years ago. If you want to kneel during our national anthem do us all a favor move to China or another country where you think things are better. Until the nfl decides they lost enough fans and go back to strictly football and leave politics out of it I am done watching. Wake up your fans are both republicans and democrats all just trying to relax and are United for their teams and don’t give a shit about your political views. I was an insurance adjuster for over 30 years and it was always a rule don’t talk politics or religion it will get you in trouble every time. When the money runs out nfl will change its mind I don’t think they can see their ratings to continue to drop. WAKE UP you idiots.

John Forsman
John Forsman
1 year ago

N F L nasty filthy lousy

Tim Berends
1 year ago

Tim is an outspoken believer in Christ. John 15:19 in the Bible says that if you’re a follower of Christ you’ll be hated by the world. The NFL doesn’t want someone who loves Jesus and talks about Him. I wish they’d go to FullyFreeFilms.com and watch “The Fool” and see what atheist Penn Jillette thinks about guys like Tim.