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Tim Tebow still resistant to CFL; NFL teams not calling

It's been two days since the New England Patriots decided they were better off without Tim Tebow.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport said Monday on "NFL Total Access" that Tebow hasn't attracted any NFL interest since his release, according to a source close to the free-agent quarterback.

"Nothing is happening," Rapoport said. "Really nothing at all."

Tebow publicly stated -- well, he tweeted -- his desire to remain a quarterback, which is one major factor working against him. Tebow's options are further limited by his continued resistance to playing in Canada, Rapoport reported.

LaDainian Tomlinson said on "NFL Total Access" that he doesn't expect Tebow to play in the NFL again. It's a popular sentiment, and one that Tebow privately must be confronting as a possibility.

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