Tim Tebow Trade Rumors: Miami Dolphins Won't Seek Deal For Denver QB

Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland spoke with several media outlets Tuesday about a number of issues, including the team's quarterback situation. Ireland wouldn't comment on Tim Tebow specifically, but according to The Miami Herald, the Dolphins are not interested in a trade for the now-displaced Broncos QB. The Dolphins don't want to alter their offense:

...multiple highly placed club sources have told The Herald today there will be no pursuit of the former University of Florida star. The reasons for this is the Dolphins are unwilling to revamp their offense to suit Tebow and highlight his obvious strengths. The Dolphins intended, instead, to run a West Coast offense in 2012.


Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolphins_in_depth/2012/03/jeff-ireland-speaks-to-the-media.html#storylink=cpy

Related: The Future Of The Denver Broncos: Pat Bowlen, Peyton Manning and John Elway

The Dolphins, who were interested in Peyton Manning, recently signed David Garrard to strengthen the QB situation.

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