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Tim Tebow might sign with Dallas Cowboys

Tim Tebow might sign with Dallas Cowboys

Tim Tebow is an American Football player who is a quarterback. He is currently a free agent and is not signed to any team yet. He is known for his playing skills, as well as for his public displays of religious faith that can be seen both on and off the field.

Tebow started off playing college football with the University of Florida where he won the Heisman trophy in 2007. He was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He also played for the New York Jets and had a brief stint with the New England Patriots. He was last seen playing with the Philadelphia Eagles and he was also hired by ESPN as a college football analyst in 2013.

Tim Tebow
NFL player Tim Tebow at the Country Music Awards. |

Tebow was spotted playing with the Eagles and it was reported that he was working out for them just fine. The Eagles wanted to sign him as the third string quarterback but they would have to trade off their current third string quarterback Matt Berkley first. However, reports now are saying that Tebow has come and gone and that the team will not sign him at the moment.

There is a rumor going around the league that Tim Tebow might join the Chicago Bears team. The team recently lost is star quarterback Joy Cutler, who has been sidelined by an injury, and at this point, no one knows when he will be back. Tebow has been coached by the coaches of that team before and he can most likely help them with their competitiveness.

There is also another rumor going around the NFL that Tebow might join the Dallas Cowboys. The governor of Texas Greg Abbott has been floating the idea of Tebow joining the Cowboys to the team's owner Jerry Jones after the injury of Tony Romo. He tweeted about the idea to sign Tebow and have him take Romo's place.

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