Tim Tebow may have played in his final game as an NFL player. Ever since the Jets played their last game of the 2012-13 NFL season last month, there have been persistent rumors about Tebow possibly joining the Jacksonville Jaguars for next season. The thought is that the Jags stink right now and don't really have a solid starting quarterback option on their roster. So, when you couple that with the fact that Tebow is from the Jacksonville area and desperately wants to play starting QB somewhere next season, it sounds like a match made in heaven.

But, it doesn't sound like it's going to work out that way. Yesterday, the Jags introduced their new general manager David Caldwell, and he essentially shut down any talk of the team bringing Tebow into the mix for next season.

"I can't imagine a scenario where he'd be a Jacksonville Jaguar," he said when asked about Tebow.

So, there you have it. Unless Jags owner Shad Khan forces Caldwell to trade for Tebow, it sounds like he won't be coming back to Florida to play next season. And, because of that, it's likely that Tebow may have played his final game as an NFL player.

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[via Shutdown Corner]