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Tim Tebow, the celebrated if sometimes ineffective quarterback who made a name for himself with the University of Florida, went on to help the Denver Broncos to get into the post-season only to be traded to the New York Jets for a season during which he was practically invisible, and then was released and signed by the New England Patriots, was released by the Pats just a few days before the beginning of the 2013 season.

Tebow pretty much played himself out of a job with an underwhelming performance during the preseason.
KC's View:
I'm not a Tebow fan by any means, but it seems to me that there's got to be an NFL jersey with his name on it somewhere ... maybe not as a QB, but in some role where a guy with his talents can help the team win. I have no criticisms of the Patriots in this unfolding saga, but it strikes me as almost unarguable that the Jets totally mishandled Tebow during his tenure there. (The Jets are good at that. Maybe the best in the business in fumbling almost every play that could advance the franchise.)