Packers included in Tebow talk

There are rumors around the web and on Twitter that Tebow could possibly end up in a Packers uniform next year. The only problem is that the Packers have no need for a starting quarterback.
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There are rumors around the web and on Twitter that Tebow could possibly end up in a Packers uniform next year. The only problem is that the Packers have no need for a starting quarterback.

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