A little over a year after he arrived in New York to great fanfare, the New York Jets have released Tim Tebow.

The New York Postís Brian Costello reported the news, which came on the day players, including starter Mark Sanchez, were expected to arrive in Florham Park, N.J., for workouts. Although Sanchez struggled last season, Tebow, the often-polarizing quarterback, could never get onto the field with the Jets, even though he led the 2011 Denver Broncos to a playoff victory at the height of Tebowmania. The Tebow era ends with him participating in only 72 offensive snaps with the Jets.

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