Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Tim Tebow didn't get a scintilla of interest from any other NFL team after being released by the New England Patriots, but the L.A. KISS of the Arena Football League have offered the quarterback a three-year contract.
The team sent out a press release earlier today announcing its plans to lure Tebow to the pass-happy indoor league, and even team owner Gene Simmons - yes, THAT Gene Simmons...Read more »
Tim Tebow didn’t make it beyond the final cutdown for the Patriots, but that doesn’t mean team owner Robert Kraft wasn’t sad to see the likeable quarterback go.
Kraft said in an appearance today on CBS’ “This Morning” that he hopes Tebow gets another chance to play quarterback elsewhere. Tebow himself expressed a desire to continue pursuing the idea of playing quarterback in the NFL.
“I...Read more »
If Tim Tebow never plays another down of professional football, at least there's this: His last pass in an NFL uniform went for a touchdown.
Tebow, who threw that touchdown in the final seconds of Thursday night's preseasson finale against the Giants, was released by the Patriots on the final cut. The news was first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Tebow was a longshot to...Read more »
As Tim Tebow waits to see whether he’ll be around after the final cuts for the Patriots, he says he’s not sweating out the decision.
“I’m just focused on today,” Tebow told reporters on Monday, per ESPNBoston.com.
Tebow, 26, is preparing for Thursday’s preseason game against the Giants, which could be his last in the NFL. If Tebow gets released by the only team willing to sign him in...Read more »
Tim Tebow could not have asked for a better place to continue his dream of playing in the NFL, even if it means he won't be a starting quarterback any time soon - or ever - with his new team.
There's no way Tebow will be replacing Tom Brady unless the Patriots' future Hall of Fame quarterback gets hurt. And even then, the Patriots would likely turn to backup Ryan Mallett. But all things...Read more »
And now, for your daily dose of which-NFL-team-is-saying-no-thanks-to-Tim-Tebow: Today, it's the Cleveland Browns.
The team's new personnel director, Michael Lombardi, told an audience at a Pro Football Hall of Fame luncheon club in Canton, Ohio, that the Browns didn't have a place on their roster for Tebow. After saying he was interested in adding more quarterbacks to the mix with incumbent...Read more »
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell made it clear that he doesn't want any part of Tim Tebow when he said Jan. 10, "I can't imagine a scenario where he'd be a Jaguar, even if he's released."
Well, now Tebow has been released, and a group of passionate fans have taken Caldwell's statement and made it their mantra.
The Bold City Brigade, a Jaguars fan club, was...Read more »
From the day Tim Tebow came to the Jets last year in that head-scratching trade with the Broncos, this was doomed to fail.
Head coach Rex Ryan, offensive coordinator Tony Sparano and general manager Mike Tannenbaum – team owner Woody Johnson, too – had the misguided perception that adding Tebow as a Wildcat quarterback to an offense that was already reeling with Mark Sanchez at the controls....Read more »