New York Jets release Tim Tebow

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Updated: April 29, 2013

The New York Jets have announced today the release of QB Tim Tebow, just a few days after picking Geno Smith in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Tebow was told he was cut by New York Jets GM John Idzik and Head Coach Rex Ryan when he arrived for work on Monday morning.

Idzik wanted to keep Tebow through the draft just in case they could trade him to another team, but that didn’t occur.

After selecting rookie QB Geno Smith in the second round of the 2013 draft, it was Tebow and not under-performer QB Mark Sanchez, who had to go.

Tebow’s Jets career wasn’t one for his

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highlight reel as he only threw eight passes and rushed the ball 32 times. Although there was terrible quarterback play in front of Tebow, he was only ever started twice.

Despite his terrible season, it has been revealed it will be too expensive to cut Sanchez, so it appears he will be staying on the Jets roster for another season.

Now we know that a fourth and sixth round pick that was used in exchange for Tebow in a trade last off-season has been wasted.

We also now know that Geno Smith will be battling against Mark Sanchez for the starting QB job for the Jets next season in what promises to be an exciting Jets training camp.

As for Tebow, he hits the waiver wire at 4pm ET today. I can’t pin point an exact location, but I’m sure they’ll be a lot of teams interested in using him in some way on their offenses like the Jets had planned with the Wild-Cat formation.

He is a hard worker and has great enthusiasm, but his huge salary might lure teams away.

After he clears the waivers, he is free to sign with any team.

If there isn’t any interest for Tebow though, this could be the beginning of the end of his NFL career.

Who do you think Tim Tebow will be playing for in the 2013 season? Tell us which team in the comments section below.

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Article by Conor Porter

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