A few months ago a Florida politician came out and said it would be a good idea for the Jaguars to draft Tim Tebow. Shortly after that, Jags owner Wayne Weaver said the team would give it some thought.
The thought process was that Tebow was such a major draw in the Florida area that he would help the Jacksonville stadium actually sell out a few games. They're among the NFL's worst when it comes to selling out their stadium.
There's one prominent person that feels Tebow won't be going to the Jags -- Peter King of SI.com.
I think I cannot see Gene Smith, the Jacksonville GM, taking Tim Tebow. First round, second round, any round.
Interesting but not too surprising because the Jags likely won't get a chance to draft Tebow.
He's more than likely not a top ten pick which means the Jaguars wouldn't have a shot to draft him until the second round. The sentiments coming out of NFL folks these days is that Tebow won't make it out of the first round.
I tend to agree with that. Someone, somewhere is going to (or already has) fall in love with him. Look for a contender drafting in the mid-20s and beyond to take a flyer on him.