JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – If Sunday was any measure, there are roughly the same number of Gus Bradley fans as Tim Tebow supporters in the vicinity.
Bradley, the Jacksonville Jaguars' first-year head coach, worked his way through a line of more than 300 people after Sunday's rookie minicamp practice smiling, shaking hands, signing autographs and taking pictures with anyone who asked.
As that was going on, a Tim Tebow fan, presumably from the Jacksonville area, posted a petition on President Obama's official website. The petition was asking that Obama demand that the Jaguars sign Tebow to make the fans in his hometown happy.
The petition was taken down after less than 400 people had signed. Fact is, first-year Jacksonville general manager David Caldwell made it clear a while ago that the Jaguars won't be signing the now-out-of-work Tebow. The Jacksonville quarterback job is already a battle that could ultimately end with no oneRead More »from Jaguars' new regime gives Blaine Gabbert fair shot instead of seeking short-term answers