I agree that this is the best path forward for him, if he's serious about getting back to the NFL as a QB. However long it takes for him to become comfortable with effective throwing mechanics, he needs to spend that time. Following that, he'll need to get game experience in which his primary objective is to maintain that form. Once he demonstrates that he can play and be effective without reverting to the form that renders him unable to consistently hit relatively basic NFL throws, I could see someone taking a shot with him. On a side note, I really don't get why people are all over Christiancat's case for not being a 'real' Pats fan. He's openly acknowledged that he's first and foremost a Tebow fan, but so what. There are all sorts of posters who are fans of other teams and players, and as long as they contribute to the discussion and are generally pleasant, we welcome them. Why should this case be any different?