Former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow is turning his attention toward a career as a baseball player while his professional football career is stuck in the mud as an unsigned free agent.
Citing Tebow's agent Jimmy Sexton and Nick Khan, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the 28-year-old devout Christian quarterback is now actively pursuing a career in professional baseball and will hold a workout for Major League Baseball clubs sometime in August.
Although Tebow has not played a regular season NFL game since 2012 and was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles right before the start of the 2015 season, he has not given up his hope of a career as a professional athlete. more >>
Just as former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow fought to win on the football field, one Florida woman is fighting to save her life.
Carolyn Bucca has stage 4 breast cancer. Not knowing how long she has to live, Bucca has created a bucket list that contains a single item: to meet Heisman-winning football star Tim Tebow, First Coast News 12 reports.
In a letter to Tebow, Bucca writes, "Tim, I wanted to write to you in a letter on behalf of myself and my girlfriend who have always wanted to meet our mentor, you." more >>
Tim Tebow has proven that he's never too busy for his fans after he took a break from his latest project to spend time with a pint-sized admirer.
Tebow was in Gastonia, North Carolina, shooting a video for his second book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms last week when 11-year-old Phillip Williams, the son of Gaston County Commissioner Jason Williams, slipped a note under the door where Tebow was filming to ask for an autograph.
To his family's surprise, the 28-year-old NFL quarterback-turned-television personality and motivational speaker decided to halt what he was doing to meet them. more >>
WASHINGTON – Speaking to thousands of Christians gathered on the National Mall Saturday, Christian football star Tim Tebow said Christians can change their communities and neighborhoods simply by loving "every person they come in contact with" and by loving Jesus Christ.
Tebow, a college football analyst, missionary and Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback at the University of Florida, was invited to speak at the Together 2016 gathering organized by Pulse and its founder Nick Hall, who were expecting as many as 1 million people to attend.
Tebow, who opened a hospital in his native Philippines to serve the orthopedic needs of children not fortunate enough to afford treatments and simple procedures, challenged the thousands in attendance to show love to others that Jesus has shown to them. more >>
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow prayed with passengers on a Delta flight after someone suffered a heart attack mid-flight. Tebow clinged to the victim's family as they cried and prayed for a miracle.
The "Home Free" host was on a Delta flight headed to Phoenix from Atlanta last week when an older man on board suffered a heart attack and fell unconscious. The Delta crew reportedly sprung into action and a physician's assistant named Nicki Freeze started administering CPR.
Several eye witness accounts on social media said fellow passengers had gathered around the family before Tebow eventually noticed something was wrong and left his seat in first class to help. The former NY Jets player offered support the best way he knew how, in prayer. In a photo posted by another passenger on board, Tebow is seen leaning over and hugging the stricken man's wife as he prayed with her and her friend. more >>
Tim Tebow rose to fame as a student athlete in high school, but he is advising teenagers that they need to have other priorities in life.
"You are changing other people's lives for better or worse, every day," the NFL quarterback-turned-SEC college football analyst told high school students Monday, according to Greenville News. "Be bigger than sports. Don't just be an athlete — be more than an athlete."
Tebow, 28, spoke to students receiving awards Monday evening at the Greenville News' Upstate Sports Awards program that took place at Greenville, South Carolina's TD Convention Center. While many of the 220 high school athletes in attendance were probably looking forward to higher education that involved further developing their athletic career, Tebow made it clear that the opportunity to play sports doesn't last long. more >>