Drew Rosenhaus: Dolphins could have interest in Tim Tebow

By Josh Katzowitz
Tim Tebow, as of Monday morning, is unemployed, and as we try to figure out where he’ll play this season — hint, not the Jaguars, probably not the CFL, what about for the lingerie football league or the Omaha Beef? — it’s possible Tebow could wind up in Florida anyway.

That’s apparently the thinking of agent Drew Rosenhaus, who told 560 WQAM (via Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez) on Wednesday that he “wouldn’t be shocked” if the Dolphins took a chance on signing him.

Um, really?

Apparently so. Rosenhaus said the Dolphins haven’t publicly come out and said they didn’t have interest in the controversial quarterback (neither has anybody from the NHL, but I digress) and Rosenhaus believes that’s because Miami owner Stephen Ross is a fan. You’ll recall that the Dolphins set up a day of celebration for former University of Florida players when Miami played host to Tebow and the Broncos in 2011. Tebow led Denver to an overtime victory in that contest.

So, would this be a good idea for the Dolphins? Probably not. With general manager Jeff Ireland showing an ultra-aggressive streak this offseason and during the draft — probably because his job might be in danger if the team doesn’t make the postseason this year — Tebow likely would be an unwelcome distraction.

And we saw what happened when Jets owner Woody Johnson brought in Tebow to New York, reportedly over the objections of others in the organization. Hint, Tebow didn’t exactly help.

But maybe there is something to Rosenhaus’ thoughts (even if he isn’t Tebow’s agent). Because we know just how much of a fan Ross is of Tony Sparano, Tebow’s offensive coordinator last year. Really, that should seal together this whole deal.

Buzzy Says : Is this good or bad I am not sureBy Josh Katzowitz
Tim Tebow, as of Monday morning, is unemployed, and as we try to figure out where he’ll play this season — hint, not the Jaguars, probably not the CFL, what about for the lingerie football league or the Omaha Beef? — it’s possible Tebow could wind up in Florida anyway.

That’s apparently the thinking of agent Drew Rosenhaus, who told 560 WQAM (via Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez) on Wednesday that he “wouldn’t be shocked” if the Dolphins took a chance on signing him.

Um, really?

Apparently so. Rosenhaus said the Dolphins haven’t publicly come out and said they didn’t have interest in the controversial quarterback (neither has anybody from the NHL, but I digress) and Rosenhaus believes that’s because Miami owner Stephen Ross is a fan. You’ll recall that the Dolphins set up a day of celebration for former University of Florida players when Miami played host to Tebow and the Broncos in 2011. Tebow led Denver to an overtime victory in that contest.

So, would this be a good idea for the Dolphins? Probably not. With general manager Jeff Ireland showing an ultra-aggressive streak this offseason and during the draft — probably because his job might be in danger if the team doesn’t make the postseason this year — Tebow likely would be an unwelcome distraction.

And we saw what happened when Jets owner Woody Johnson brought in Tebow to New York, reportedly over the objections of others in the organization. Hint, Tebow didn’t exactly help.

But maybe there is something to Rosenhaus’ thoughts (even if he isn’t Tebow’s agent). Because we know just how much of a fan Ross is of Tony Sparano, Tebow’s offensive coordinator last year. Really, that should seal together this whole deal.

Buzzy Says : Is this good or bad I am not sureBy Josh Katzowitz
Tim Tebow, as of Monday morning, is unemployed, and as we try to figure out where he’ll play this season — hint, not the Jaguars, probably not the CFL, what about for the lingerie football league or the Omaha Beef? — it’s possible Tebow could wind up in Florida anyway.

That’s apparently the thinking of agent Drew Rosenhaus, who told 560 WQAM (via Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez) on Wednesday that he “wouldn’t be shocked” if the Dolphins took a chance on signing him.

Um, really?

Apparently so. Rosenhaus said the Dolphins haven’t publicly come out and said they didn’t have interest in the controversial quarterback (neither has anybody from the NHL, but I digress) and Rosenhaus believes that’s because Miami owner Stephen Ross is a fan. You’ll recall that the Dolphins set up a day of celebration for former University of Florida players when Miami played host to Tebow and the Broncos in 2011. Tebow led Denver to an overtime victory in that contest.

So, would this be a good idea for the Dolphins? Probably not. With general manager Jeff Ireland showing an ultra-aggressive streak this offseason and during the draft — probably because his job might be in danger if the team doesn’t make the postseason this year — Tebow likely would be an unwelcome distraction.

And we saw what happened when Jets owner Woody Johnson brought in Tebow to New York, reportedly over the objections of others in the organization. Hint, Tebow didn’t exactly help.

But maybe there is something to Rosenhaus’ thoughts (even if he isn’t Tebow’s agent). Because we know just how much of a fan Ross is of Tony Sparano, Tebow’s offensive coordinator last year. Really, that should seal together this whole deal.

Buzzy Says : Is this good or bad I am not sure

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
252 views

9 Responses to “Drew Rosenhaus: Dolphins could have interest in Tim Tebow”

  1. Thrawn says:

    Well, it’s a good thing nobody in the NHL expressed interrest in Tebow, because, while he is a good athlete, I doubt he has much skill as a hockey player.

    So the whole basis behind Drew’s take on Miami is their stance that they won’t comment?

    Kinda reminds me on how I got a certain secondary job where I work to go with my normal job description. A bunch of us were asked if we wanted to be a safety coordinator. EVERYONE said, “no.” I asked why I was selected, and the boss tells me it was because I was the only one that didn’t say, “HELL no!!!”

    Then again, the Dolphins are another team in need of ticket sales. When the Broncos went there in 2011, they had that whole Gator appreciation day, which really was more of a Tebow tribute than anything since most of those gators involved with his run were playing on other teams that day. they very well could be interrested in capitalizing on the Florida market.

    Wish there was something a bit more concrete with this rumor.

  2. Thrawn says:

    They said they had a policy of not discussing their moves.

    But I guess they must have felt the need to make an exception this time to get the press toy quit asking them about it.

    One of two things are happening here.

    A. Teams are heading the press off and making it clear they don’t want him, and therefore not to bother them with Tebow questions.

    B. Just saying that to keep the media out of their faces until they figure out what they are going to do and if Tebow fits their plans.

    I’m guessing it isn’t ALL about the circus. After all, some teams DID offer a trade if he’s switch positions.

  3. ck says:

    Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzy: Like Susie B.’s suggestions…TIME FOR SOME RAID!!

    • tawk2 says:

      Amen ck!

      I want to make a point and it may not be right but just a feeling I have. So many teams are coming out and saying they don’t want or need Tim, has anyone ever thought that maybe any team that is truly looking at Tim will not tell the media. If a team admits to interest there will be so many sports reporters outside their doors! So if I were a team interested I would not be letting it leak. But that is just my opinion.

      So like usual we all will just have to wait and keep hoping things work out for Tim and he finally finds the right home. If given the opportunity he will lead a team to the promised land. It only takes one team to believe!

      GO TEBOW!

  4. The Mascot Army says:

    I think over the next month, Tebow will have private workouts for a handful of teams. and I forget who said it here, but I agree with them that somebody will get hurt or realize their draft wasn’t awesome or ticket sales suck and take a chance on Tebow. or the pats will trade mallet and take Tebow this week, and the browns will be involved.

  5. tawk2 says:

    Wow just seen an article about Geno Smith, about how he will not succeed in the NFL. In the article they say he is not an accurate passer and does not read defenses very well, but they also say he is not a leader and that is why he will not succeed as a starting quarterback. They go on to say that his accuracy and football IQ can be developed but leadership cannot. So from what the coaches and yes a lot of these quotes came from coaches who interviewed Geno before the draft are saying are some of the same things they have said about Tebow except for the leadership and some coaches including Denver’s said Tebow had a very high football IQ this is coming from coaches not Skip Bayless!

    So I guess the point I am trying to make is why does Geno get a chance to play and develop when Tim never has. Yes he got to start in Denver finally but with no training camp or first string reps before being thrown in the fire.

    Then in the comments area of this article comments are saying that these coaches and yes the sports writer who wrote about Geno and Cam Newton are racist! So tired of the race card being played when things don’t go someones way. I feel that we as people need to judge people on their actions not on skin color, religion etc. I firmly believe the only one able to judge others is God.

    But another case of whats fair for other NFL quarterbacks is not the same for Tim.

    Geno Smith if he had played in the SEC he would not have been drafted very high if drafted at all. His receivers are what made him look good, and both receivers went in the first round before Geno. Also Geno most of his passes completed for a mere 7 yards and he is a great passer, COME ON MAN!

    The yesterday on First Take a sports writer called Geno Smith possibly the next black Ryan Leaf! Tim Tebow has been called and compared to Ryan on numerous occasions by the naysayers and no one has defended Tim. and by the way Tim blew Geno’s stats out of the water in college and Tim played in the SEC! Sorry to be so long winded, the Jets are totally stupid the cut the best quarterback on their roster so the gm could stoke is ego and draft his own quarterback. The Jets deserve what is coming and then some. I cannot wait to see this season unfold.

    Go TEBOW keep the faith it will happen, we all support and believe in you!!!

    • The Mascot Army says:

      Maybe they drafted a garbage project so they would still have an excuse to continue starting Sanchez. Maybe Sanchez has some pictures that Rex doesnt want in the public eye…maybe the real life version of that tattoo.

Leave a Reply

Powered by WordPressDesigned by: best suv | Thanks to trucks, infiniti suv and toyota suv