Tim Tebow returns to NFL with Jacksonvile Jaguars as tight end

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Tim tebow go back to the NFL officially after agreeing to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars but he will do it as a tight end, as it should be remembered that during his college career and in the league he did it as a quarterback.

The ex-quarterback selected by Denver Broncos in the seventh round of 2010 draft of the NFL stayed for three years in the league after having played two for the franchise that elected him and then played a season with New York Jets.

In this way, the Jaguars officially welcomed Tebow, who already gave his first words as a player on the team that will now be in charge of coach Urban Mayer.

“I want to thank the Jaguars for the opportunity to compete and be part of this team. I know the challenge it represents, but it is a challenge that I accept,” he said.

The last time he played in the NFL was in 2012 with the Jets, that is, he has not played an official game in more than eight years and will hope to do so from week 1 when the Jaguars visit the Houston Texans on September 12.

Despite this, in 2013 he spent two months with the Patriots and for 2015 he was with Eagles from April to September, but they cut it before the season started.

Tebow reaches the team that had the worst record in the league in 2020 but selected the quarterback Trevor lawrence, projected as the future of the league in this position of those chosen in the 2021 Draft.

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