Tim Tebow Trade: Broncos Allow QB To Choose Between Jets Or Jaguars

The Tim Tebow trade saga may finally be nearing an end. After the New York Jets botched their first attempt to trade for Tebow, other suitors quickly called Denver. Now, according to Adam Schefter at ESPN, the Denver brass is allowing Tebow to pick which team he will be traded to: the Jets or the Jacksonville Jaguars.

If prior reports on Tebow's preferred destination are to be believed, then the quarterback will most likely be picking the Jaguars. The Florida Times-Union reported on Tuesday that Tebow preferred to be traded to a team in Florida. With the Dolphins having bowed out of the running, that leaves only one other choice.

Prior to Schefter's report on Tuesday evening. Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network reported that the Jaguars were close to a deal with the Broncos to land Tebow.

-- For more on the Jets, head to Gang Green Nation, and for more on the Jets' offseason, follow SB Nation New York's StoryStream. Gauge the reaction in Jacksonville at Big Cat County.

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