Tim Tebow in the NFL is looking more and more improbable… actually that ship has basically sailed completely after his decision to be a quarterback or nothing.
So what does Tebow hold in his bag of tricks to continue in football? Ian Rappaport has the answer on twitter this morning:
Tim Tebow hired prominent broadcast agent CAA’s Nick Khan to join Jimmy Sexton in repping him. If no NFL, will look at college TV jobs.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 10, 2013
ESPN certainly loved Tebow when he was in the league, jumping at any and every chance to show his face on the teleprompter. Because of that, his career has been as storied as any NFL flop in the history of football. Maybe it’s not all for naught though.
Maybe it was an opportunity to get us ready to see the former Heisman Trophy and National Champion winner weekly… no, scratch that, daily. It’s only natural.
So Tebow-time becomes a pregame show? Florida makes a Timmy Tebow station? Could he want a prominent role as a major football broadcaster, ala Jesse Palmer or Joey Harrington? Maybe he joins College Gameday?
The options are endless. Either way, we’re not done Tebowing, which should be ok as long as he doesn’t preach to us about quarterback mechanics. Hey, it’s an opportunity for someone to draw more women to the tv, can’t imagine ESPN won’t be all over it.