Add San Diego to the list of places that Tim Tebow will not continue his NFL career. Tebow, who was released by the Jets on Monday, has not waived in his desire to be a quarterback at the NFL level.
Tebow lasted just one year in New York seeing the field for 77 offensive players after two seasons with the Denver Broncos.
San Diego employs Tebow’s former offensive coordinator from Denver but that hardly paves any way to a roster spot with the Chargers.
“We’re really happy with the two quarterbacks we have, and we drafted one in the seventh round that we think has developmental upside, so we’re happy with our three quarterbacks right now,” San Diego, G.M. Tom Telesco said in an interview with XTRA 1360.