That Tim Tebow trade to the New York Jets has been held up again, delaying the transaction from the Denver Broncos for a second time. It seems like this Tebow trade is just going to continue dragging out forever, keeping all parties in the lurch until the finer details can get worked out.
According to ESPN, this time the deal is on hold because of a procedural issue and that Tebow will be required to sign a rewritten contract with Denver before the trade can get completed. It's an odd scenario, where the player getting traded actually holds all the cards, presumably giving him the chance to not sign the contract and basically veto the trade.
Tebow is already in New York to begin the transition to his new team and the case could now be that he wants out of Denver after how badly he was treated by the organization. Peyton Manning got brought in to replace him, he got traded to another AFC team and suddenly everything regarding his professional career is up in the air. The deal will likely get completed eventually, but how this drama all plays out will continue to get debated by every armchair NFL analyst out there.
Do you think that the Tim Tebow trade is a good one for the Denver Broncos and New York Jets? Should Mark Sanchez become the back-up to Tebow?