Rather than regrouping in the CFL or AFL, Tim Tebow seems determined to remain unemployed

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Tim Tebow will never stop crying if he doesn’t start afresh.

After getting clipped by the New England Patriots last weekend, SI’s Peter King reported Thursday a NFL team expressed interest in signing embattled chucker Tim Tebow.

However, the 26-year-old Tebow balked when the unnamed organization asked him to play another position.

Throwing 17 touchdowns, against nine picks, for 2,422 yards in 14 career starts under center, Tebow guided the Denver Broncos to a 7-4 record and a playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in January 2012.

A proven winner on both the collegiate and professional levels, Tebow is determined to “keep the NFL dream (of being a quarterback) alive.”

With Ryan Mallett serving as Tom Brady’s backup, the 6-foot-3, 235 pound Tebow was destined to operate a Chelsea brothel before receiving any real time as a field general in Foxborough.

Tebow should have never inked a deal with New England and instead sought a job with a CFL or AFL franchise to continue practicing as a passer.

Despite throwing like a glorified version of Corky Thatcher, the former Gator is an upstanding human being built to prevail on the gridiron.

Unfortunately, refusing to compete in the CFL or AFL, Tebow is being restrained by his own moxie and drive.

Oftentimes in life, an individual needs to retreat before advancing.

Collecting more dust on his left arm, Tebow’s willpower and confidence is proving detrimental.

Unemployed and struggling to find work as a free agent signal-caller, Tim Tebow must go to the CFL or AFL to “keep the NFL dream alive.”

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