Tim Tebow's year of misuse and disuse by the Jets has harmed his stock so much that it won't be easy for him to find another team. Here are three possibilities:

Chicago: New head coach Marc Trestman is considered a QB guru, and perhaps he and former Jets QB coach Matt Cavanaugh can fix Tebow's subpar throwing mechanics.

New England: Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels coached Tebow in Denver during Tebow's rookie season, so perhaps he and coach Bill Belichick could find creative ways to use him.

Montreal Alouettes: They have the CFL rights to negotiate with Tebow, but already own an entrenched starter. GM Jim Popp said Tebow would be welcome to compete to be the No. 2 QB.