Tim Tebow St. Louis Rams Rumors

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The St. Louis Rams are in need of a starting quarterback and according to NFL media columnist Michael Silver…Tim Tebow’s name has surfaced in the Tim Tebow NFL Newsdiscussion.

UPDATE:  Rams’ quarterback search won’t include Vince Young or Tim Tebow.

Rumors have surfaced throughout numerous sports news networks  that Tim Tebow might be acquired by the St. Louis Rams to  replace quarterback Sam Bradford.

Bradford tore his ACL during  Sunday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers.

The 2008  Heisman Trophy  winners injury occurred on a scramble in the fourth quarter.

Panthers 30, Rams 15

A representative for the Rams NFL franchise confirmed today the Bradford’s injury is season ending.   Bradford had thrown for 1,687 yards with 14 touchdowns and four interceptions this season.

Despite the reports made by Silver, St. Louis Post-Dispatch sportswriter Jim Thomas took to Twitter today to set the record straight, based on what he knew from working the Rams beat.

“Contrary to speculation, Tim Tebow is not coming to St. Louis.”

ABOUT:  Samuel Jacob “Sam” Bradford is an American football quarterback for the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League. He was the first overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, after playing college football for the University of Oklahoma.

Sam Bradford 2013: Another injury struggle:

Rams Quarter Sam Bradford In Week 1, Bradford led the Rams to their first regular season opening victory since 2006 by going 27/38 for 299 yards while throwing 2 touchdowns and an interception in the 27-24 win over the Cardinals.

In Week 2, Bradford had a field day against the Falcons despite losing 31-24, he went 32/55 for 352 yards for 3 touchdowns and an interception.

In Week 3, Bradford struggled to have protection despite throwing 29/48 for 240 yards for a touchdown, the QB was sacked 6 times against the Cowboys in the 31-7 loss.

Sam Bradford’s Net Worth is $25 Million

In Week 4, Bradford’s struggles continued as he went 19/14 for 202 yards for a touchdown, an interception, lost a fumble, and was sacked 5 times in the 35-11 loss on Thursday Night Football to the 49ers.

In Week 5, Bradford went 19/34 for 222 yards for 3 touchdowns despite being sacked twice in their 34-20 win over the Jaguars.

In Week 6, Bradford went near perfect in pass attempts going 12/16 for 117 yards and 3 touchdown passes in their 38-13 win over the Texans.

Sam Bradford’s Salary $18.5 Million

In week 7, Bradford had a really good passing game as he threw for 21/30 for 255 yards, for a touchdown but also threw an interception and was sacked twice as the Rams lost 30-15 against the Panthers.

Bradford also tore his ACL in the 4th quarter ending his season leaving Kellen Clemens to take over for the remainder of the game.

Regardless, he’d finish the season strong with 159/262 completed passes for 1,687 yards, 14 touchdowns, 4 interceptions, 15 sacks, and a lost fumble on the season.

Kellen Vincent Clemens is an American football quarterback for the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League. He was drafted by the New York Jets in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft.   He played college ball  at Oregon.

Tim Tebow’s Net Worth

Tim Tebow is an American NFL quarterback who plays for the Denver Broncos and has a net worth of $3 million. Tim Tebow Salary: In 2009 Tim Tebow signed a five year $11 million contract with the Denver Broncos. When performance incentives are added it can grow to over $30 million.

Tim Tebow's Net Worth Tebow’s salary per year is structured as follows:

2010: $1.3 million

2011: $1.6 million

2012: $1.9 million

2013: $2.3 million

2014: $2.6 million

Tebow has several very lucrative incentives that could significantly increase his salary.

For example if the Broncos make the playoffs, if he attains various quarterback ranking milestones, if he plays more than 55% of games and more…

On January 7th 2012 Tebow earned a $250,000 bonus for beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in an incredible overtime playoff victory.

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