Anthony Weiner reached new heights of non-influence. And then, kinda tapered off. Like the cicadas. Tim Tebow's ethereal connections got him just so far. Miley Cyrus woke TV viewers up, if briefly. Obama and Congress played a perfect two-act. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow's brother got himself a DUI in Denver... back when Tim was Mr. Everything to the Broncos -- but the charge was miraculously dropped to just speeding. Celeb justice?Plus, Manny Pacquiao just blew away Jay Z's 99 problems --...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a low chance at the playoffs, but even if they don’t get the number one 2014 NFL draft pick Tim Tebow is still unlikely to become their quarterback. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a Tim Tebow Jacksonville Jaguars job offer is being supported by a cit councilman, but it seems... Show More Summary
If Tim Tebow doesn't think the NFL will come calling again, or that it's too soon for a broadcasting career, he has another option. Italy, apparently, would love to lure Tebow to keep his playing days alive a little while longer. The...Show More Summary
Maybe Tim Tebow has been more concerned about being a star than an NFL quarterback all along? Tebow, the king of intangibles, looks prepared to give up on being an NFL quarterback in lieu of lucrative television gigs. If this wasn'tShow More Summary
The former NFL quarterback and currently unemployed player Tim Tebow may have several job offers - in the broadcasting world - starting in 2014.
The latest Tim Tebow news today claims his NFL career as a QB starter might be over since TV networks are starting a bidding war to offer him a job in sports broadcasting. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, NFL fans were asking where is Tim Tebow a lot these past several months. Show More Summary
ESPN wants to hire Tim Tebow to host a college football pregame show on the SEC Network according to Jason McIntyre of TheBigLead.com. But ESPN is going to have plenty of competition if they want the former Florida Gators and NFL quarterback. Show More Summary
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is getting closer to giving up his aspirations to play professional football and start his college broadcasting career, according to a report. According to TheBigLead.com, ESPN, CBS Sports and Fox Sports have all expressed interest in Tebow joining their broadcast team. Show More Summary
Could it be? Could it really be true? Could there actually be a three network bidding war to get Tim Tebow as a host of a college football pregame show? [...]
Tim Tebow, the telegenic former QB, will almost certainly be a college football TV analyst next year, either for ESPN’s SEC (...)
The New York Jets will most likely be embroiled in another quarterback search this offseason—the only ingredient this quarterback controversy is missing is Tim Tebow—but i f they don't win at least two of the final four games of theShow More Summary
Enigmatic quarterback Tim Tebow is one of the most popular stars in the NFL, but the unwillingness of teams across the league to take an educated risk by signing him has resulted in the talented player considering other career options. According...Show More Summary
I don’t have a Thanksgiving hook to introduce Erik Hedegaard’s profile of Charles Manson in Rolling Stone, apart from an expression of gratitude that Manson doesn’t have my cell number and call me at random times of the day and night, as he apparently does to Hedegaard. Show More Summary
What do Tim Tebow, Pope Benedict XVI, and President Obama have in common? The mainstream-media complex, as represented by one of its bellwether glossies, is decidedly unimpressed with all three of them.They all appear on GQ’s list of...Show More Summary
Tim Tebow's NFL football career died, Sports Illustrated wrote a retrospective and Deadspin set it ablaze. That is a brief summary of events that began with a much longer story, "The Book of Tebow," by senior Sports Illustrated writer...Show More Summary
Men's magazine GQ recently released its list of "The 25 Least Influential People of 2013," which includes Christian quarterback Tim Tebow, a pope emeritus and the president of the United States.
Despite facing a challenging time in his football career over recent seasons, Tim Tebow has assured that he is happy and well. The football star is crediting his persistently positive outlook to his faith, saying that his identity has never been defined by him being a football player, but instead comes from who he is in Jesus Christ.
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“I’m the best now that I’ve ever been.” Tim Tebow has been described as many things: humble, loyal, devout—but perhaps no label has proven more apt than self-confident. Despite enduring nearly two years of trials and tribulations since...Show More Summary