Tim Tebow was released by the New York Jets earlier Monday morning and there has been speculation about whether or not he will ever find a job in the NFL again. After continuous failed attempts to trade the back up quarterback and personal punt protector, the Jets made the reasonable choice to release Touchdown Jesus after all of the NFL teams filled their rosters.
I mean, if the Jaguars, who spent a third-round pick on a punter, won’t even trade for a personal punt protector, then you know that you are in trouble.
Since being released, Tebow has received an offer to compete for a back up job with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, but there is one problem. Like in the NFL, you actually have to be able to throw a football to play quarterback.
With the CFL likely out of the picture, Tebow has received his greatest offer yet.
Tebow received an offer from the Legends Football League, formerly known as the Lingerie Football League, to hop on board and become a quarterbacks coach.
“Now that it appears Mr. Tim Tebow’s career in the National Football League may be coming to an end, we at Legends Football League would like to extend him an offer to become our Quarterbacks Coach nationally,” LFL President Mitchell Mortaza wrote in a letter to Tebow’s agent.
I smell a publicity stunt.
If Tebow’s mechanics are flawed, what could he possibly offer to scantily clad women? Your answer: About what he can contribute as an NFL quarterback. Nothing.
That doesn’t even take into consideration that prancing around in lingerie is certainly some sort of sin.
What this really means for Tebow and everyone involved is that his career with a football in his hands is coming to an end. Tebow
is now has been a side show for the past few years and there is no reason for anyone who is seriously trying to win a football game to bring him on to the roster.
At least Tebow has a career ahead of him as an evangelist or motivational speaker.