Tim Tebow is off to the New York Jets. Sorry he couldn't make it to Jacksonville, Tebowmanaics. Between that story and the Saints bounty suspensions, it was a weird day in NFL news. In more Green Bay Packers-specific news, the Saints had a bounty on Aaron Rodgers!
Tim Tebow ends crazy day by landing in perfect spot: New York | NFL.com
The hang-ups in the Tebow to New York trade ended up being no big deal and the Jets paid Denver $5 million compensation. I love that Tebow will be backing up a QB who is always rumored to be sleeping with a different model every couple of months.
Jets QB Greg McElroy Could Be An Option To Replace Matt Flynn | Cheesehead TV
I liked McElroy in college and he had some flashes of brilliance in preseason last year, so I'm not against this idea. However, Drew Stanton is probably going to be traded or cut, in which case the Jets would almost certainly keep McElroy.
NFL rule change proposal would allow one IR player to return in same season | Green Bay Press Gazette
This would have been useful in 2010. Not that we didn't win the Super Bowl or anything, but still.
Saints had Bounty on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers | AllGreenBayPackers.Com
I love this story. Let's risk a $25,000 fine to attempt to collect a $5,000 bounty!
More from around SB Nation after the jump
Don't Expect RG3 To Be Driving a Bentley | Hogs Haven
Fantastic quite from his father, implying that if his son is ever seen driving a flashy car, they're going to have more than a little talk.
Buffalo Bills, Mark Anderson Agree To Four-Year, $27.5 Million Deal | Buffalo Rumblings
The Bills have one of the best 4-3 defensive lines in the NFL. Like it needed anything else.
Tebow-Mania, And I'm Happy To Have Him | Gang Green Nation
Maybe a little pressure and fans calling for a different guy to start is what the Sanchize needs?
Raiders interested in signing Manny Lawson | Silver And Black Pride
This makes sense. Kamerion Wimbley is gone and the Raiders are in need of another big pass-rushing outside linebacker. I'm still intrigued by the possibility of the Packers signing him.