Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow was spotted training in Arizona Monday, adding fuel to the fire that he could be heading to the Cardinals.
According to TMZ, Tebow reportedly worked out for 2.5 hours with a personal trainer on the track at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix.
After doing some drills and sprinting, Tebow did not act secretive at all, smiling and signing autographs for whoever approached him.
While the possibility of Tebow landing in Arizona may have many Cardinal fans licking their chops, SB Nation notes it’s best to look at the facts before jumping to any conclusions.
SB Nation writes:
“DC Ray Horton has already stated that he believes in [Kevin] Kolb leading the team, and I doubt any other potential coaching candidate, like Mike McCoy, would bring in Tebow as their debut QB. I’m guessing this will just be another rumor.”
There are also rumors that Tebow will be traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars during the off-season.
Meanwhile, Tebow’s brother has apologized for gloating about the Denver Broncos’ divisional playoff overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
After Denver’s 38-35 double-overtime loss to Baltimore on Saturday, Peter Tebow tweeted:
“Am I the only one in Denver who’s happy right now?”
Peter has since recanted his comments.
“My comment after the game was uncalled for,” he wrote Monday. “I may root for another team but I should never gloat about anyone’s misfortune. I’m truly sorry.”
Tim was traded by the Broncos to the New York Jets in the offseason, clearing the way for Denver to sign Peyton Manning.