It appears that the college superstar-turned prison motivational speaker-turned 4th-string QB – who defied the experts by winning at the pro level with his smash-mouth style – may have a future in politics.
He has unfinished business with his teammates in the NFL but, post-career, he hasn’t ruled out running for election.
“I don’t know…It could be something in my future. If it’s something I care about, possibly,” Tebow said to Dave Feherty on Golf Channel’s “Feherty Live”.
Tebow had a song dedicated to him by Katy Perry while at a Super Bowl party. The songstress also gave him a shout-out, saying “Hi Tim, my parents said ‘hi’.” Katy’s parents are ministers in Texas.
Team Vice President of Football Operations John Elway plans on working with Tim Tebow this off-season. Given that Elway and new head coach Dennis Allen got there after Tebow and back-up Brady Quinn did, it would surprise me if they didn’t bring in their own QB to back-up Tebow this season, and possibly challenge him in the future. That quarterback will have a tough time prying the job out of Tebow’s hands.
Tim recently spoke with children in Los Angeles – some of whom didn’t know who he was – about his dyslexia.
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