• Report: Jets will make Tebow inactive vs. Cardinals

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Dec 2, 2012
    A source tells me that Jets coach Rex Ryan plans to make backup QB Tim Tebow inactive vs. The Jets' public relations staff did not make Tebow available after the game, citing a league rule that inactive players are not required to talk to the media after a game. Ryan said it would be a game-time decision, despite a report the Jets had decided to sit Tebow. The coach said Tebow could be a game-time decision. Tebow fractured his ribs against the Seahawks in Week 10, then played sparingly against the Rams before sitting out the embarrassing Thanksgiving night loss to the Patriots while active. We did practice him on a very limited basis throughout the week, but it was just something I felt he would be better if he took this week off to get ready and be much healthier for Jacksonville. "He could have played.
    • Jets' Tebow not active vs. Cardinals

      Tim Tebow will not be active for the New York Jets as they host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The backup quarterback sustained two cracked ribs in a game against Seattle on Nov. 11, and did not practice much all week.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Tebow 'highly doubtful' to be active against Cards: source

      Tim Tebow barely has had an effect on the Jets’ offense all season long, but this week he’ll likely manage to be even more of a nonfactor. A source told the Daily News it was highly doubtful that Tebow, recovering from fractured ribs, would be active
    • Resting Tim Tebow the right thing to do

      The New York Jets plan to sit backup quarterback Tim Tebow (ribs) for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, ESPN’s Ed Werder reports. Following last week's injury fiasco on Thanksgiving, this is clearly the right thing to do. Tebow first complain
      Source: ESPN.com

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