Tim Tebow officially reported for duty for his first day as "Good Morning America" anchor in the segment "Motivate Me Monday."
Tebow, 27, may no longer be a quarterback in the NFL, but that does not stop him from working. The Christian athlete appeared in the new "Motivate Me Monday" segment where he shared an inspirational story with the ABC audience that tuned in at the start of the work week.
The athlete seemed overjoyed to be able to take on the job where he was welcomed on set by the likes of ABC anchors George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts. more >>
Former Denver Broncos quarterback and outspoken evangelical Christian Tim Tebow is training for a possible NFL comeback, but admits that his future in the NFL is uncertain and that he is putting his faith in God when it comes to his football career.
Tebow, who currently works as an ESPN analyst for the SEC Network, does not consider his NFL career to be over just yet, and is training in Arizona to improve his skills and conditioning. The NFL season is less than two months away, and in spite the uncertainty, the 26-year-old says his faith is powering him through.
"One of my favorite quotes is, 'I don't know what my future holds, but I know who holds my future,'" said Tebow, according to FOX Sports. "And in that it gives you peace to just continue to work and go after what our heart desires and when you do that, you don't have any regrets and I think that's the best way to live life." more >>
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 President John Skipper has partially blamed his sports network for generating a Tim Tebow backlash against the outspoken Christian former NFL player.
Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Skipper acknowledged that ESPN took full advantage of the ratings juggernaut that was Tebow, 26, even when it began to disadvantage him as a person.
"We gave him a lot of attention. I've said before, we probably overdid it. And that makes people sort of suspicious of him. It's not his fault. He is genuinely a very likable guy," he said. 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 >>
While Tim Tebow may still be unmarried and single — the former pro football player has not publicly admitted dating anyone — he's already imagining what his family life might look like some day.
"When I have a family someday, I'll probably adopt," Tebow told People Magazine. "Adoption has always been something close to my heart. There are so many kids out there who really need a family."
In 2013, Tebow, who is the youngest of five children and, like his siblings was homeschooled, added adoption to one of the causes that his foundation supports. At last week's Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic, he and several other celebrities, along with professional golfer and fellow Christian, Bubba Watson, raised $1.1 million, some of which will fund Orphan Care, which financially supports more than 850 orphans in five countries. more >>