The light at the end of the Tim Tebow tunnel may be a freight train.
When Jaguar coached, his eyes opened, his jaw dropped, and he tweeted Urban Meyer decides to reunite Once the great Florida QB and NFL eliminated Tebow, the 33-year-old changed from a quarterback to a close end because of his potential game in Florida.
As we know, Tebow has a tough climb on the 53 Jaguars who entered the regular season-and Meyer did not fully provide this nervous player with the loudest endorsement to become the team on Thursday.
In an interview with USA Today, Meyer did not answer at all about Tebow’s chance of being on the opening day list with Jacksonville:
The last thing you just said was the hard part-that was 53. This is new to me, this is the reality of the NFL, you have 90 players. So for me, he is one of 90 people, he is one… What is the difference between him and the other 40 people trying to become a team? To me, it’s all the same. This is their livelihood, this is their job, this is their way of making a living. The reality is that a large part of your list will be cut or transferred out, which is completely new to me. In college, you have 85 or 90 guys, you put them in, you put the puzzles together. It’s very different here.
The word salad that Meyer proposed here does not answer the question of USA TODAY host Mackenzie Salmon at all. This is what Tebow must do to enter the 53-man roster, and what he must do to play the game on the court.
Really, if Tebow is not selected for the list, it is not surprising: He is a 33-year-old former NFL quarterback who returned to the game after eight years, and he never regarded steals as close to the end of the league (But he does have goals).
But this begs the question: What is the final stage of Meyer signing Thibault this offseason? Is he here to sell jerseys (they did)? Was he brought in as a player and coach? Does Meyer want to do things his way too much?
For these questions, I also look forward to no answers.