Tim Tebow's trade value likely took another hit following the Jacksonville Jaguars' signing of Chad Henne. ESPN's John Clayton says that it "kills" any chance of the two teams making a deal -- well, that is if Peyton Manning signs and the team does elect to move Tebow:
The Chad Henne signing in Jacksonville kills any potential Tim Tebow to Jax trade if the Broncos sign Peyton Manning— John Clayton (@ClaytonESPN) March 15, 2012
Sports Illustrated's Peter King already believes Tebow's trade value is no more than a fourth-round draft pick, just two years after he went No. 25 overall. The Jaguars' new owner is a big fan of Tebow's, but general manager Gene Smith doesn't want Tebow, making a trade unlikely even with this signing of Chad Henne.
But is a Tim Tebow trade inevitable? Tebow seems like he'd be the guy who'd say, "I'll do what you want me to. I can wait out my time, but I'll help this team in any way." Now, if a trade is the best way for that to happen, then that's it. But if all the team can get is a late-round draft pick, why not keep him?