Report: Jags Expected to Sign Tebow to 1-Year Contract

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to sign former Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL player Tim Tebow to a one-year contract, according to a report.

NFL Media reporter Ian Rapoport tweeted the news on Monday afternoon:

Tony Khan, son of Jaguars Owner Shad Khan, said that Meyer still believes Tebow can play.

“Urban really believes he can help us, and I think it makes a lot of sense,” Khan said. “And it’s a position where we need to get better.”

Pro Football Talk reports, “Tebow last appeared in the NFL as a member of the Jets during the 2012 season and played baseball in the Mets organization from 2016-2019.”

Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer coached Tebow during his college career at Florida, a four-year run that included a Heisman Trophy and two national championships. Tebow, who attempted to catch on as a quarterback during his first stint in the league, recently worked out for Jacksonville at tight end.


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