And now it’s official. Just like Tim Tebow waited until the fourth quarter to win games, he also made the trade to the New York Jets a last minute deal. Ok, ok, it wasn’t him, it was his contract.
After contract issues were resolved, Tebow had the choice to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars or for the New York Jets. He chose the Jets, and now the team from N.Y. must give the Broncos over half of the $5 million salary advance that was the initial glitch in the contract.
”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,” John Elway said Tuesday afternoon. “His time in Denver will always hold a special place in Broncos history.”
Now that Rex Ryan and Tebow are partners in crime, the New York Giants have become the most insignificant defending Super Bowl Champions of all time, at least in the New York papers.