Attorney campaigns for Jags to hire Tebow

Published On: May 08 2013 04:59:33 AM EDT
Updated On: May 08 2013 08:07:50 AM EDT

Quarterback Tim Tebow was released by the New York Jets after just one season.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

The whole "bring Tebow to Jacksonville" campaign has reached a new level. Well-known Florida attorney John Morgan, is again lobbying "for the people."

He's recorded a video trying to convince Shad Khan to sign Tebow.

In the minute-long video, John Morgan explains all the reasons the Jags should pick Tim Tebow up. He highlights Tebow's accomplishments and even makes a promise to Shad Khan.

John Morgan says he's for the people and he's also for Tim Tebow.

"I'm John Morgan of Morgan and Morgan and I want to talk Tim Tebow for one minute," said Morgan in his recently posted YouTube video.

Just when you think the campaign of fans trying to bring Tebow home to Jacksonville can't go any further, the popular Orlando attorney posted the video to YouTube.

"The Jaguars are 27-42 in the last 5 years. One of the worst records in NFL history and more in store for this year. We can't even fill an entire end zone," said Morgan in the video.

From pointing out that Tebow won two national championships, to the fact that he helped lead the Denver Broncos, to the playoffs two years ago; Morgan does everything he can to convince owner of the Jags, Shad Khan, to bring Tebow home to Jacksonville.

"Tebow is one of us, he has class character and he's a winner. Let's win Mr. Khan. Once upon a time, so called experts probably doubted your potential and now look at you. Give our guy a shot. I'll even buy that box you tried to sell me," said Morgan.

The commercial was just posted to YouTube Tuesday and has more then 300 views.

"Remember this, you can't tivo Tebow let's do this Mr. Khan, for the people. Let's win," said Morgan.

This is just the latest attempt of people trying to get the jags to sign Tebow. Last week fans created a petition for the White House website trying to get President Obama involved.

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