Tim Tebow Contract

March 22, 2012 by staff 

Tim Tebow Contract, Now that we know the New York Jets don’t actually read contract language (which might explain why they extended Mark Sanchez the way they did), their proposed trade for Tim Tebow was negated, and Mr. Tebow was traded back to the Jets after things were worked out.

Initial reports indicated that Tebow had a hand in the process, but our own Kristian Dyer reports that in his Wednesday evening media conference call, Tebow said that he had no say. The simple terms of the trade send Tebow and a 2012 seventh-round pick to New York, with a 2012 fourth-and sixth-round pick going back to the Broncos from the Jets.

Broncos VP of Operations John Elway had this to say about Tebow in a statement that made the trade all but official.

“Tim Tebow deserves an enormous amount of credit for what he accomplished and how he carried himself during his time with the Broncos. From taking over a 1-4 team and leading it to the playoffs to energizing our fans and this community, Tim left an extraordinary mark on this organization. His time in Denver will always hold a special place in Broncos history

“As a former player, I know the last two weeks were not easy for Tim. He was put in a difficult situation, and I commend him for how he handled it with the same first-class manner he displayed throughout his career in Denver. Our goal was to do the best thing for Tim and the Broncos, and I believe the opportunity that presented itself with the New York Jets accomplishes that objective. Tim made a lot of strides last year and has a very promising career ahead of him. If anyone is willing to put the work in to be great, it’s Tim Tebow.

“I have a great deal of respect for Tim and the positive impact he makes both on the field and in the community. He has a bright future in this league, and I’m hopeful he will enjoy continued success with the Jets.”

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