They should just get it over with already.
According to a report this weekend from ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Jets will hang on to Tebow with the slim hopes of finding a trade partner for the quarterback. That serves as the alternative to releasing him completely.
The Broncos were only able to yield a fourth-round pick for Tebow last March, just months removed from compiling an 8-5 overall record and earning a playoff win. Somehow, the Jets managed to make his stock drop even further from that point, giving him 77 total offensive snaps on the season (7.02 percent of the team total).