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 starter Brandon Weeden, Lombardi was asked if Tebow might be an option.
Lombardi said Tebow was "not the vision of where we're headed," per the Twitter account of Cleveland Plain-Dealer beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot.
In other words, the Browns don't want a quarterback whose skills have been questioned, whose throwing motion has been challenged, and whose mere presence has created major headaches for his last two NFL coaches, Rex Ryan in New York and John Fox in Denver.