Tim Tebow to Tight End? 5 Legit Reasons Why It Could Work

STACK presents five reasons why Tim Tebow could transition to tight end and thrive at the position.

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Gronkowski cuts an imposing figure, measuring 6'6" and 264 pounds, which makes him nearly unstoppable at the tight end position. Hernandez, meanwhile, carries more of an athletic build for the position at 6'1" and 245 pounds. Tebow falls in between the Patriots' two star tight ends. He stands 6'3" and has bigger hands (measured 10 1/8" at the 2010 NFL Combine) than Hernandez.

Sure, today's NFL caters to big-bodied pass-catching tight ends. But size has rarely been a limiting factor for players under Belichick (we're looking at you, Danny Woodhead), and we can't see it as a factor that would keep Tebow off the field.

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Gronkowski cuts an imposing figure, measuring 6'6" and 264 pounds, which makes him nearly unstoppable at the tight end position. Hernandez, meanwhile, carries more of an athletic build for the position at 6'1" and 245 pounds. Tebow falls in between the Patriots' two star tight ends. He stands 6'3" and has bigger hands (measured 10 1/8" at the 2010 NFL Combine) than Hernandez.

Sure, today's NFL caters to big-bodied pass-catching tight ends. But size has rarely been a limiting factor for players under Belichick (we're looking at you, Danny Woodhead), and we can't see it as a factor that would keep Tebow off the field.


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