Tim Tebow's in Town -- Would You Want Him on the Arizona Cardinals?

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For what it's worth, New York Jets quarterback/God's favorite son Tim Tebow was spotted working out at Paradise Valley Community College yesterday.

To make the baseless trade speculation very easy, there's a guy who claims he can throw footballs, near an NFL team that made it very clear this year that it does not have a guy who can throw footballs.

What the hell's Tebow doing in Arizona? Nobody seems to know, other then what they saw -- he was running around and whatnot at PVCC.

Still, he's close enough to make it poll-worthy.

Would you want Tim Tebow on the Arizona Cardinals?

Cast your vote below:

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