Updated 5:20 p.m. EST
New York boys ready to convince Tim Tebow to open his, uhm, mind to the gays might have a little more time to form a strategy: after reviewing the contract in full, the New York Jets aren't too happy about some fine print and may change the decision to accept the Tebow trade. The football parlance in all its glory, after the jump!
Yahoo! Sports reports:
"Tim Tebow has $5 million worth of recapture language," ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted, "meaning Jets would have to pay back money to Denver. Jets might be unwilling."
Multiple sources have indicated that the Jets front office agreed to the deal and then raised objections after thoroughly reading the contract.
Though a similar situation ended a previously agreed upon trade between Denver and Jacksonville, ESPN's expert still believes the Tebow deal will go throuh.
Though plenty of Hell's Kitchen and Chelsea boys have perfected the art of falling to one's knees, their newest neighbor, Tim Tebow, might be able to give 'em a tip or three. That's right New York: Tim Tebow is coming to town after the Denver Broncos announced he's been traded to the Jets. (It's football, we think).
The anti-gay associated Tim Tebow will be heading to the land of marriage equality, the Black Party, the biggest U.S. Pride, Stonewall and more liberal filth than he can shake a Bible at, according to big news out of the sports world today.
As we Googled the words "where to find tim tebow new york locker room" (our cards are on the table here), this ESPN article posted Wednesday afternoon came up and provided all the news on this sports trade thingy we needed to know:
[Denver Bronco's President John] Elway's point is Tebow is a man of very high character. Can Tebow's high character make an impact in the Jets' combustible locker room this season?
Hard work, leadership and being a great teammate are among the biggest assets Tebow brings to New York. He will provide a good and steady influence to a toxic locker room.
Tebow certainly can't fix all of New York's locker-room woes. But his natural leadership can only help.
While we spend some time attempting to reroute NY Pride to go by pious Tim Tebow's new real estate digs, riddle us this:
Do you think New Yorkers will cheerily welcome Tebow?
Will a New York state of mind might influence Tebow to evolve upon his controversial social views?