Popular Christian football player Tim Tebow has vowed that he will continue his "relentless" pursuit to make it in the NFL despite being recently released by the New England Patriots, although one of his former coaches has said that it might be time for him to look into the CFL (Canadian Football League).
"I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback," Tebow posted on Facebook and Twitter on Saturday after finding out that he did not make the Patriots cut for the new season, and also thanked the franchise for giving him the opportunity.
He also shared the Bible verse 2 Corinthians 12:9, which reads: "And He has said to me, 'My grace is sufficient for you, for power is perfected in weakness.' Most gladly, therefore, I will rather boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may dwell in me." more >>
Pam Tebow, the mother of NFL star and popular Christian athlete Tim Tebow, spoke on Thursday at Statesboro First Baptist Church, Ga., recalling the story of how a doctor had unsuccessfully tried to convince her to abort her son.
"God preserved that little baby inside me," Tebow's mother shared with the audience, where she talked about her faith and pro-life views. She was the featured speaker for a fundraiser in support of Choices of the Heart, a pregnancy center ministry, The Statesboro Herald reported.
Pam Tebow had also shared the story in an interview with Focus on the Family in 2010, Pam Tebow recalled how when she was pregnant with Tim, a doctor had told her that he "wasn't a baby at all" but "a mass of fetal tissue," and that she needed to abort him if she wanted to survive. more >>
Popular Christian NFL star Tim Tebow celebrated his 26th birthday on Wednesday, taking time to share with his followers on Twitter a video about a 23-year- old fan with cerebral palsy who inspired the athlete.
"Thanks for the bday love! Check out this video about someone who really inspired me this past year. Love ya Dylan," Tebow posted.
The video tells the story of 23-year-old Dylan Brown, who prayed about meeting the NFL quarterback, and was granted that dream through W15H, the Tim Tebow Foundation outreach program. more >>
Tim Tebow's stay with the New England Patriots has been similar to his one with the New York Jets: filled with uncertainty.
With the Patriots having a starting quarterback of Tom Brady's caliber, Tebow virtually has zero chance of starting, and is now actually the third string behind Ryan Mallet.
Tebow told The Boston Globe he was unsure if he would play in tonight's pre-season opener against The Philadelphia Eagles. more >>
While questions remain over Tim Tebow's NFL career and the upcoming football season, reports show that the popular Christian athlete continues interacting with fans on a personal level and is gaining supporters.
A Boston Globe report on Monday noted that the 25-year-old football star continues meeting with young fans at training camp for the Patriots, much like he did during his time at the Denver Broncos and New York Jets, taking time out to talk to and interact with the public.
The report details how Tebow met with a 15-year-old girl suffering from cerebral palsy and selective mutism last week, something which deeply impressed her father. more >>
For Tim Tebow, it's a new team and a new season but the same drama when it comes to NFL analysts scrutinizing his every move – this time with the New England Patriots during training camp.
Much like with his former team, the New York Jets, speculation as to how exactly the Patriots will use the so-called "polarizing" Christian quarterback is rampant. Will Tebow make the team? Will he play tight end? Will he ever throw a pass? Will coach Bill Belichick address Tebow's huge fan base wisely, if at all?
Boston media has been all over "Tebow Watch 2013," including giving Bostonians a refresher "course" on what all the fuss is about in regards to the Heisman Trophy winner from the University of Florida and former Denver Broncos player. more >>