Tim Tebow to Packers: Why This Move Actually Makes Sense

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Tim Tebow to Packers: Why This Move Actually Makes Sense
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The entire football world has eyes on Denver right now as the Broncos are in the middle of arguably the biggest move of this NFL offseason.

With the signing of Peyton Manning to a monster deal, Bronco's GM has made it evident that incumbent starter and polarizing young quarterback Tim Tebow is now expendable, making him available to the highest bidder on the trade block.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the teams reportedly interested in the former Florida Heisman winner include the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and...the Green Bay Packers?

That's right, the one-year removed Super Bowl champions, complete with reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, are interested in bringing Tebow into the fold and as strange as it sounds at first, this move actually makes sense for Green Bay if the price is right.

With Miami and San Francisco now officially out of the race, the odds only increase that the former Gators stud could end up in Green Bay next year.

Many will disagree with this potential move because of the polarity that Tebow brings to any discussion, but I believe that this would be a good pickup for the Packers regardless.

Here's why Tebow wearing a Packers uniform next season isn't quite as far-fetched as it sounds.

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