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Much to the annoyance of John Fox, the "Tebow" chants from Denver Broncos crowds will not cease until he either sees the field, or is no longer with the team.
So, why not explore the second option?
We know Fox's stance on giving the former college phenom a shot, and that's not going to change. If Fox was sold on Tebow as an NFL quarterback, he would have made a play to acquire him in the 2010 draft with the Carolina Panthers. The fact that Fox instead pursued Jimmy Clausen speaks volumes.
However, that doesn't mean every coach thinks like Fox. Some teams are in desperate need of a quarterback, and some would just like to have insurance if their starter goes down. Tebow still has a unique skill set, and makes for an intriguing option under center.
Miami would be an interesting destination for Tebow. Tony Sparano needs a miracle to keep his job, so why not pull out all the stops? The Broncos and Dolphins were in trade talks over the summer regarding Kyle Orton, and no word has emerged yet on the extent of Chad Henne's shoulder injury. Now could be a good time to reopen the phone lines.
Or, why not St. Louis? Sam Bradford is undoubtedly their quarterback of the future, but how long will he last behind a porcelain offensive line? The Rams may need to explore backup options, and Tebow could work well with the man who drafted him in Denver, Josh McDaniels.
Tebow remains one of the NFL's most polarizing players, but luckily for him, the entire football world doesn't have to be sold on his skills in order for him to find a new place of employment.
At the end of the day, all it takes is one team.