Tim Tebow Traded to the New York Jets

The trade is made! The Denver Broncos have traded Tim Tebow to the NY Jets. The Jets sent two picks, a fourth-rounder and sixth-rounder in 2012, to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a seventh-round selection.

Tim Tebow traded to NY Jets for 4th round draft pick.

ESPN reports:

Tebow — he has three years remaining on his contract, with a base salary in 2012 of $1.1 million — will join a cast of backups behind incumbent Mark Sanchez, but his presence could ignite a quarterback controversy. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie tweeted before the trade that “we don’t need Tebow,” expressing his confidence in Sanchez and the current roster.

The Jets see Tebow as a change-of-pace player with the ability to run the wildcat offense. They’ve used the wildcat in recent years, but cut back last season with the departure of Brad Smith. The new offensive coordinator is Tony Sparano, who introduced the wildcat to the NFL as coach of the Miami Dolphins.

Source: ESPN

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