When you wish upon a star, Tim Tebow may be your answer.
Fans from 31 other teams may now begin their wishing and hoping phase. The New York Jets have given Tim Tebow his outright release.
This does not mean he is an orphan of the storm, but may mean his proselytizing days will move to more receptive arenas.
Tebow has learned a great deal in the past year-mainly about keeping his mouth shut and his knee unbent. His bent has led him away from temptation.
Those who condemned Tebow with the first stone likely did not realize he had committed no sin other than to play ball with Rex Ryan who chose not to play him.
Tebow is not without friends in high places, and we mean specifically the pearly gates of Foxboro where Josh McDaniels does not toil. More akin to a bird, he finds his nourishment in the passing of Tom Brady who may need backup this year-but not too much.
McDaniels originally drafted Tebow for the Broncos, but the move put Coach Josh into the lion's den instead.
If you recall, the Patriots signed Brandon Lloyd based on McDaniels' endorsement. We are certain Bill Belichick listens when Josh speaketh.
This move would combine holy Tim with unholy Gronk. Yes, the original sinner of the Patriots Rob Gronkowski might be in tag-team dreamland with Tebow.
Not since the Sugarplum Fairies danced in our head have we held such a hope. Imagine! Tebow and Gronk playing on the same team with Beelzebub Belichick as their master.
Be still, all those fan hearts.