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New England Patriots cut Quarterback Tim Tebow

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots have released Quarterback Tim Tebow from their roster, according to sources of ESPN.

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Realchange - 9/1/2013 2:14 PM
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Say what you will Football is the same thing as Roman games in the day. Yet both the owner of the Jaguars and the head coach don't want Tebow for some reason. He can't make the team any worse. It would improve city morale maybe sometimes the right decision is to give the people that make your players rich the thing they want from time to time.

wishmistress - 9/1/2013 1:38 PM
1 Vote
Ya, what y'all said.

OldGuy - 9/1/2013 8:51 AM
3 Votes
What is it gonna take for Jacksonville to come to its senses and sign this guy? Ok, so he won't be a Payton Manning or a Brett Favre right out of the box. Yeah, he will have to learn the Jaguar offense. But after that pretty dismal showing by the Jaguars in the pre-season and the pathetic attempt by the press and TV commentators to talk the team up, they really still suck pretty bad and I am optimistically looking for, AT BEST, a .500 season. Put the boy in and let him play. If he falls on his face, I will take my "I told you so" from the naysayers with grace. But at least you will have some fan attendance without having to have some major corporation but the tickets and pretty much give the away

osprey1 - 9/1/2013 7:56 AM
1 Vote
I can understand why New England did this, what would the NFL do with a good clean cut responsible kid like Tebow when they can pick up the trash they been playing in recent years. I hope he gets picked up by a good team and given a chance to play instead of sitting on a bench.

Terri75 - 8/31/2013 7:10 PM
2 Votes
Their loss!
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