The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles is massive, obnoxious, and perhaps rather confusing at points. Its author, Jon Bois, is happy to answer your questions. Firstly, if you haven't seen it yet: The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles Counting everything, it is about 44,000 words, 108 illustrations, and seven videos long. Show More Summary
The Ottawa REDBLACKS introduced a REDBLACKREDBLACKREDBLACKREDBLACK helmet pattern. The Ottawa REDBLACKS, who you may know from the Tim Tebow Chronicles (and yes, I will follow their style guide because I like shouting REDBLACKS), have...Show More Summary
Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V Chapter VI The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles A THREE MILLION-YARD FOOTBALL ODYSSEY by Jon Bois I. Rogers Centre II. Toronto III. Ottawa River IV. Québec V. Labrador Sea VI. Greenland I. Show More Summary
Skip Bayless broke some ankles Thursday night. The First Take personality and bearer of the Tim Tebow thurible is not what you'd call "shifty," but his reversal in opinion on Blake Bortles left the sports world on skates. After watching...Show More Summary
Is it a coincidence Tim Tebow and the SEC Network will forever share a birthday? Will Tebow continue to get presents every day this channel is on air? After years of planning and negotiations, the SEC Network launched today amidst much fanfare, debuting at 6 p.m.. Show More Summary
Jermichael Finley wasn't a big Tim Tebow fan in 2011, but he seems to be know.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tim Tebow sports a stylish gray suit as he settles into his seat in a television studio in this nondescript one-story office building in suburban Charlotte. If there is a football uniform in his future, Tebow isn'tShow More Summary
Understandably, Donovan McNabb isn't a big fan of the Wildcat, especially when it involves Michael Vick, since the former ultimately lost his starting job to the latter on the Eagles. Now watching erstwhile Philadelphia offensive coordinator...Show More Summary
We’re seeing a lot of athletes that join networks as broadcasters keep the door open for a possible return to the playing field. Mark Mulder tried a comeback with the Angels this spring before injuring himself. Tim Tebow’s ESPN contract reportedly has a clause in it that allows him to leave the network for a possible […]
Mike Florio chats with Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald about the why the Dolphins should give Tim Tebow a chance with no real options at backup QB, if the Dolphins truly believe in Ryan Tannehill, and if Joe Philbin will be the head coach after this season. Then, Florio takes calls and tweets from NFL…
With injuries to backup quarterbacks Matt Moore and Pat Devlin, the Miami Dolphins have brought in Rex Grossman, John Skelton and Brady Quinn for a tryout. While all are serviceable second-string arms, Armando Salguero from the Miami Herald joins PFT Live to lobby for Tim Tebow’s chance under center for the ‘Phins.
The Dolphins are taking a look at Rex Grossman and other quarterbacks on Monday, but Tim Tebow isn’t among them. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald thinks that he should be and he’ll explain why when he visits with Mike Florio on Monday’s edition of PFT Live. They’ll discuss the injuries to backup quarterbacks Matt…
Currently, NFL teams can have up to 90 players on the roster. That’s 2,880 possible jobs. And Tim Tebow continues to not have one of them. Last week, Tebow talked about his new gig at ESPN’s SEC Network, making it clear that he hasn’t given up on returning to the NFL. In the Associated Press…
If only Tim Tebow had been on the field, Saturday’s Jets practice could have passed for 2012. The Jets ran an entire Wildcat period, and perhaps Michael Vick could be the team’s new Tebow.
Two years ago, the Jets intended to use quarterback Tim Tebow as a change-of-pace option to Mark Sanchez. It never happened, in large part because former offensive coordinator Tony Sparano had far less faith in Tebow’s skill set than Urban Meyer does. Now that the Jets have a much better option behind the starter, the…
This is going to be bigger than Tim Tebow. The Jets aren’t running the Wildcat, but they might be thinking wishbone. According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, the Jets listed Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson and Bilal Powell as first-teamers on the initial depth chart. If anything, such designation underscores the importance of…
No one on Real Madrid grew up playing American football. It shows. Xabi Alonso is the perfect quarterback. He knows the playbook, sees the field and is the consummate leader. He can't throw the ball well, but neither can Tim Tebow. Alonso has a decent excuse for not throwing well -- he never played American football growing up. Show More Summary
Chris Fowler gets a promotion, while Mack Brown and Tim Tebow are among the new faces. Real live college football starts in just about three weeks, and ESPN has announced their team of over 100 television personalities that will appear...Show More Summary
Tim Tebow isn’t in the NFL anymore, but that hasn’t stopped him from being the league’s biggest lightning rod. In the wake of the Stephen A. Smith controversy, ESPN ombudsman Robert Lipsyte couldn’t help getting in a shot at Tebow. Smith had kicked up some controversy when he though the NFL’s punishment of Baltimore Ravens
Tim Tebow deserves to have a job in the NFL today, the enigmatic quarterback’s college coach said this week. Urban Meyer teamed up with Tebow for a pair of national titles at the University of Florida, a time in which Tebow also won the Heisman Trophy. In an interview at Big Ten Media Days, the