The Eagles will reportedly have another quarterback for the start of the offseason conditioning program.
FOX Sports' Jay Glazer was the first to post that the Eagles will sign quarterback Tim Tebow, who worked out for the team last month.
Tebow guided the Florida Gators to two BCS National Championships and won the Heisman Trophy before he entered the NFL as a first-round pick of the Denver Broncos in 2010. He led Denver to a thrilling overtime Wild Card playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in his second season.
Tebow was traded to the Jets in 2012 and spent one season with New York. He was with the Patriots in 2013 Training Camp before being released. During his stint with New England, he spent the week of joint practices in Philadelphia so head coach Chip Kelly saw him up close.
In his three seasons in the NFL, Tebow was 8-6 in the regular season as a starter. He completed 48 percent of his pass attempts for 2,422 yards with 17 touchdowns against nine interceptions.
Here are some more details about the reported acquisition of Tebow: