The Jaguars are attempting to trade for Tebow, according to Steve Wrigley from Jacksonville TV station WTEV Action Sports. This isn't the first time that Tebow has been linked to his hometown of Jacksonville. Jaguars owner Shad Khan said that he would have drafted the former Florida Gators' quarterback. The trade deadline was pushed back from Tuesday to Thursday due to Hurricane Sandy.
Jacksonville has been among the lowest teams in the NFL in attendance for years, and Tebow could certainly boost that number. EverBank Field -- one of the largest stadiums in the league -- has tarped off nearly 10,000 seats to lower their capacity from 76,867 to 67,246 to prevent local television blackouts. The Jaguars have also been a team rumored to move to Los Angeles.
This would be his 3rd team in 3 years if it goes through.
Jets surely haven't been using him and at 3-5 they may as well get an extra pick or a player while they can.