Tim Tebow is surprising shoppers by paying off their layaway accounts, while letting the world witness the deed for a segment airing this week on "Good Morning America."
Tebow, 27, may no longer be a quarterback in the NFL, but that does not stop him from working. The Christian athlete has been appearing in the ABC morning show "Good Morning America," where he works on the segment "Motivate Me Monday" to share inspirational stories at the start of each work week.
The NFL player turned ESPN football analyst will travel the country to pay off people's layaway accounts, and began by doing so in an Orlando, Florida, Walmart for a woman named Jasmine Nunes. Tebow paid Nunes' $220.02 layaway balance, which included Christmas gifts for her nieces and nephew during hard financial times for her family. more >>
While rumors surrounding Tim Tebow and Jana Duggar continue to circulate, his publicist has made certain that there's no confusion — the two Christian celebrities are not dating.
Tebow, 27, a former football star and now an SEC college football analyst, was believed to have been dating the Duggar daughter, 24. Rumors began circulating that the two were being pushed together by her father, Jim Bob, and even Tebow's mother, Pam. The rumors only grew in intensity when a photo of Pam, Jim Bob and his wife, Michelle, was posted online by the Duggar patriarch.
Fans of both were hopeful that the young evangelical Christians would get together, forming perhaps one of the most famous super-couples. Yet Tebow's publicist released a statement quashing all of those dreams and revealing that the two had no connection. more >>
This year's college football season is drawing to a close and with the College Football Playoff selection committee announcing the four competing teams on Sunday, football fans and enthusiasts are looking back at Week 15's winners and losers.
The Oregon Ducks were one of the big winners of the week thanks to quarterback Marcus Mariota, who had 313 passing yards and five touchdowns, and the team's strong defense strategy that put Arizona Wildcats at a total of only 224 yards. The final score came out at 51-13.
The Central Florida Knights pulled off a Hail Mary strategy against the East Carolina Pirates, with quarterback Justin Holman throwing 51 yards down to Breshad Perriman in what became the game-winning score at 32-30 for the Knights. more >>
Professional golfer Tiger Woods ended the Hero World Challenge at Isleworth, Florida in last place, but claimed it was progress especially after his back surgery.
Despite ending up at last place 26 shots behind challenge winner Jordan Speith with rounds of 77-70-69-72, Woods was not looking at his game as a sign of defeat.
After his back surgery last Mar. 31, four months of not playing a game, Woods claimed he made some progress, being able to play without pain and finally able to go out on drives. He was also happy to note that his speed came back and how he was able to make farther shots. more >>
After so many speculations about what happens to CM Punk's WWE career, recent news broke out this weekend stating that the former pro-wrestler will now be trading punches and kicks inside the Octagon.
According to ESPN, the UFC has signed Phil Brooks, famously known as CM Punk, as the new addition to the federation. The promotion was announced after Punk's meeting with UFC President Dana White during its live UFC 181 pay-per-view broadcast on Saturday night.
With the help of mainstay announcer Joe Rogan, Punk revealed that he has never fought professional mixed martial arts and that this would be "new career" for him to tread on. more >>
Several members of the NFL and other national sports organizations have shown their support for Eric Garner and others killed by police in very public ways.
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush and Cleveland Browns cornerback Johnson Bademosi both warmed up for Sunday's game wearing shirts that stated, "I can't breathe." St. Louis Rams offensive lineman Davin Joseph wrote the message on his cleats. Rams receiver Kenny Britt wrote the names of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and more on his own cleats. All wanted to show their support for Staten Island resident Eric Garner, who died from a chokehold by a member of the NYPD.
The United States seemingly erupted after a video of the incident was posted online and a grand jury decided not to indict Daniel Pantaleo, the police officer responsible for putting Garner in the fatal, illegal chokehold. However, one week before that grand jury rendered its decision, five Rams players took to the field with their hands raised in the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" position, showing support for Michael Brown, who was killed by Ferguson, Missouri officer Darren Wilson. more >>