Tim Tebow is once again looking for a job in the National Football League.
Tebow, who was released by the Patriots on Saturday is now going to have to figure out where he wants to go from here. His quarterback guru thinks he should head north.
Steve Clarkson, the guy who said that Tebow’s throwing motion was finally fixed, told USA Today that Tebow “should go the Canadian Football League, and pursue his NFL dream that way.”
“It’s time now to maybe just reconsider a different path to his ultimate dream. Tim might want to look to the CFL because he may have run out of options in the NFL,” Clarkson told USA TODAY Sports on Sunday. “Sitting is not an option for Tim. He’s ultra-competitive. He needs to stick to his strength, which is being in a competitive environment.
“Anyone who wants to work on their craft the way Tim does, he just needs to give himself a couple of days and really decide, ‘Is this what I want to do?’ Clearly, football is still in his blood.”
“I haven’t spoken to Tim in a while,” Clarkson says. “My general thoughts now are, ‘We’re starting the NFL season. Right now, it’s not realistic that he’d be a guy an NFL team is going to pick up.’ “
Tebow wouldn’t have to look far, The Montreal Allouettes own his CFL rights.