Jacksonville Says No to Tebowmania

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Excuse me Tim Tebow fan but are you the GM of an NFL team? No? Then knock it off about Tim Tebow going to Jacksonville. I’m pretty sure they’ve said no more than once. For the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tim Tebow is old news. Though I will give Tebow fans this, he’s better then the unsettled situation of who’s the starting quarterback between Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne.

“For us, it was always about a fresh start,” Caldwell told me and SiriusXM NFL Radio co-host Bill Polian on Tuesday night. “It was about new energy here with coach (Gus) Bradley, with Shad Khan being our new owner, myself as a first-time general manager and a coaching staff that has a lot of first-time coaches there, too.”

We just wanted a fresh start. We didn’t want the same recurring themes coming up.”

It doesn’t help that Forbes was way out of line to list Tebow as the most influential American athlete. I’m pretty sure his throwing struggles at the professional level proves on uninfluential he really is.

When asked by Broncos management where he preferred to get traded, Tebow chose New York over Jacksonville because he believed there was a better chance for him to receive quarterbacking snaps. Sadly this didn’t happen as the Jets decided to ruin this young players career entirely by turning themselves and Tebow into a joke.

This still hasn’t kept some Tebow supporters from pushing for his signing in Jacksonville. There was even an online petition posted that asked fans to urge President Obama to call Caldwell and “tell him to stop ignoring the Jaguars fans and sign Tim Tebow!” The petition was removed Monday on the White House web site.

You Tebow fans are crazy and just as bad as LeBron fans. Check yourselves before you wreck yourselves. Jacksonvill doesn’t want Tebow. Priod. End of discussion.

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