On Tuesday, Cleveland Browns fans received a bit of a scare whenever rumors surfaced of Tim Tebow being spotted at a Cleveland airport. Of course, folks immediately began to draw conclusions that he was in Cleveland to meet with the football team that recent lost a quarterback to a torn ACL, but that is not the case.
Pro Football Talk spoke to a source close to the situation that stated the Browns have no interest in adding Tebow.
Tebow really wouldn’t be a bad idea for the Browns to consider with Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell as the current signal-callers on the roster, but it appears that Browns general manager Mike Lombardi won’t be adding a quarterback to the depth chart unless they are capable of throwing a football.
Some may argue that Weeden and Campbell aren’t capable of throwing a ball themselves, but at least they don’t have the cult following that will become a distraction as the Browns attempt to fight back to the top of the AFC North.