San Diego Chargers v New York Jets

Tim Tebow is still without a job after being released by the New York Jets this week, but that doesn’t mean teams have closed the door on signing him this off-season. The Eagles, Bears and Cowboys are among teams that have already stated they have no interest in signing the former Florida Gator, but would the Dolphins be a fit?

Agent Drew Rosenhaus, who’s offices are based out of South Florida, said he “wouldn’t be shocked” if the Dolphins sign him to a contract.

 

The Dolphins, who already have Ryan Tannehill penciled in as the starting quarterback, currently have backups Matt Moore and Pat Devlin on their roster.

This week, NFL.com reported Tebow was attracting interest as a tight end. Last season, he appeared in 12 games for the Jets, recording 39 yards passing and 32 yards rushing.