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Some of the best tight ends are gathered in Nashville this week for the first Tight End University Summit.is not one of the attendees. He was not invited.
Tebow is trying to make the transition from quarterback to tight end with the Jaguars.
49ers tight endand recently retired tight end Greg Olsen, two of the organizers of the event, joined the Pardon My Take podcast this week and explained why Tebow was excluded from the week-long event.
“So,, but I found it hard to invite — I wish nothing but the best for Tim Tebow, and I hope he has a fantastic season playing tight end — but it’s hard for me not to invite a backup tight end on, let’s say the New York Giants, as opposed to inviting a guy who just started playing the tight end position because we do have limited spots,” Kittle said, via David Bonilla of 49erswebzone.com. “I wish I could make it so every NFL tight end can come, [so] it’s accessible to everybody. But what we tried to do this year, we wanted to pay for everything for all the tight ends that come to kind of make it a special event for all tight ends.”
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Kittle added more than 50 tight ends confirmed for the event, booking up an entire hotel. Thus, there was no room at the inn for the former Heisman Trophy winner.
“If he’s on a roster this year, and he plays tight end, we would love to have him,” Olsen said. “We would love to work with him. Once he’s officially a tight end, we would love to work with him.”
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Anthony Firkser ready to learn from some of the league’s top tight ends .
Tim Tebow wasn’t invited to the inaugural Tight End University, but Titans tight end Anthony Firkser was. Firkser is thrilled to attend the three-day summit in Nashville, which George Kittle, Greg Olsen and Travis Kelce are hosting. “When George Kittle reached out to me on social media and invited me to the camp, I was [more]“When George Kittle reached out to me on social media and invited me to the camp, I was super excited,” Firkser told Jim Wyatt of the team website. “Just to be a part of something like that, to be around some of the top tight ends in the league right now, it is going to be an awesome opportunity and experience to learn from them.