Tebow is a charismatic, athletic scrambler who makes plays happen with his feet, but he's also an inaccurate passer who's not suited for a Ravens offense that already has a franchise quarterback in Joe Flacco and a mobile dual-threat backup in Tyrod Taylor.
This isn't a fit, and the Ravens already have a third quarterback in Caleb Hanie.
Perhaps Tebow could find a home in the Canadian Football League, where the Montreal Alouettes still own his rights.
Tebow is a genuinely good guy who has the ability to play other positions, like fullback, tailback, tight end and slot receiver as well as special teams. However, he's unwilling to make a permanent position shift from quarterback.
That reluctance to move limits his career options.
Where Tebow might really thrive when he's done playing is as a college football analyst as well as continuing to be a popular speaker with his message about his strong religious faith.