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    Jets Sign Tim Tebow

    Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow arrives at the inaugural NFL Honors show Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012, in Indianapolis.The New York Giants will face the New England Patriots in the NFL football's Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis on Feb. 5. (AP Photo/David Stluka)

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    Is the Statue of Liberty 'Tebowing' in celebration? After a day of mixed messages from football insiders, the New York Jets announced that they've signed Bronco quarterback Tim Tebow. Tebow, whose come-from-behind-wins and bended-knee prayers sparked a national phenomenon, is leaving Denver after the Broncos signed the much-sought-after Peyton Manning. Tebow is assumed to serve as back-up man for starter Mark Sanchez, who recently signed a contract keeping him in New York through 2016.

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