New ESPN analyst Tim Tebow has reiterated his interest in playing again for the NFL, saying in a recent interview that he is keeping in top shape and believes he's "the best that I've ever been" at the highly-competitive sport.
"I'm training every day and feel like I'm the best that I've ever been," the 26-year-old told The Tennessean in a recent interview. "I still love it, love playing, talking about it, and I'm just excited about whatever the future holds. Who knows what could happen? But I'm excited about it, though."
The former Denver Broncos quarterback was discussing his new gig as an ESPN analyst for the SEC Network that begins broadcasting in August with the South Carolina vs. Texas A&M game. He told The Tennessean that he is especially excited to serve as an analyst for the SEC Network because it is uniquely different than other college sports networks. more >>
ESPN analyst Tim Tebow still has dreams of playing in the NFL, his good friend and former college football coach Urban Meyer said in a recent interview. The coach added that there are "some conversations" regarding the possibility of Tebow playing in the NFL at some point.
"You'd imagine how [Tebow] works. Works every day. He's hoping. There are some conversations about it. I don't know too much. There's hope and he says there's stuff going on," Meyer, who was Tebow's coach when the athlete attended the University of Florida, told CBS Sports in a recent interview.
Tebow and Meyer still remains close, as the two went on a family vacation together last year. Meyer is currently the head football coach for Ohio State. more >>
Tim Tebow is sharing his Christian faith with T-Mobile customers who participated in a Twitter question and answer session with the popular football player.
Tebow, the 26-year-old Christian quarterback, was officially released from the New York Jets roster last April. While a number of media outlets questioned if the NFL player would get his opportunity to play in the league ever again, he has acquired a job as an ESPN analyst and signed on to endorse T-Mobile cell phones.
After surprising fans with a comical T-Mobile commercial where the football player spoke about all of the things he is free to do without a contract, he took over the cell phone company's Twitter handle to answer fans' questions. There, the Evangelical Christian also took the opportunity to share his faith with others. more >>
New ESPN analyst Tim Tebow helped co-host "Good Morning America" Friday morning, discussing his faith, his aspirations to continue playing in the NFL, and his predictions for the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII.
Tebow, who was recently hired by ESPN to serve as their new college football analyst for the SEC Network, partook in many light-hearted, entertaining games and interviews on the Friday airing of the ABC morning show. The former NFL quarterback appeared throughout the show participating in various segments, including a Super Bowl snack cook-off with Joe Montana and a discussion with former 49er Steve Young on the Super Bowl.
The new ESPN analyst also sat down with "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts to discuss his future in the NFL. Tebow stopped playing for the Denver Broncos at the end of the 2011 season to play one disappointing season with the New York Jets. He then played a pre-season with the New England Patriots only to be dropped from their roster in the regular season. Although Tebow now has a solid analyst gig for ESPN, he told Roberts he would still like to play as a quarterback in the NFL at some point in the future. more >>
Tim Tebow has reiterated his interest in being a quarterback in the NFL after it was announced this week that he has been hired by ESPN as a college football analyst for the SEC Network.
The former Florida Gators quarterback said during a conference call with reporters on Tuesday that although he is grateful and excited for his new opportunity with the ESPN network, he still wishes to continue his career as a quarterback long term. The 26-year-old began playing for the NFL in 2010 for the Denver Broncos, and then moved on to the New York Jets where he endured a tougher spell. Over the 2013 preseason period he played with the New England Patriots but was dropped before the regular season got underway.
A city hall in New Jersey was recently evacuated after an envelope carrying a photo of Tim Tebow was found to be containing a mysterious white powder.
Jersey City's City Hall and Mayor's Office were evacuated Monday afternoon shortly after a mayoral employee opened an envelope containing a picture of Tim Tebow and a letter, as well as a mysterious white powder. The envelope was addressed to Jersey City Mayor "Steven Fulop, family and friends" and authorities argue that the white powder accompanying the letter was made to look suspicious.
A source close to the mayor's office told The Jersey Journal that the letter addressed to Fulop contained "spiritual stuff […] Heaven stuff," as well as a "picture of Tebow." Tebow, who previously played quarterback for the New York Jets before being dropped by the east coast team after a lackluster season, is known for his evangelical beliefs and pro-life stance. more >>