No, Tim Tebow isn’t playing professional football any more.
Yes, a quarterback at each level – Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos and Jameis Winston of the Florida State Seminoles – is having a historic season.
Does that keep Tebow out of the news?
Of course not!
On Wednesday, a story broke that several different television stations are fighting over the rights for Tim Tebow.
Those stations include CBS Sports, the station that carries the marquee SEC football matchup and has one or two NFL games each week, Fox, which has launched a new channel and has really upped their football coverage and the almighty ESPN, who will be launching the brand new SEC Network in August.
One rumor suggests the SEC Network could put Tebow with popular radio personality Paul Finebaum and veteran host Reece Davis to form their own SEC version of one of ESPN’s most popular shows, College Game Day.
The folks over at Bovada have taken notice and have sent FanSided their odds for Tebow’s next job – yes, you can actually bet on this.
NFL WEEK 14 SPECIALS – Which network will hire Tim Tebow first?
ESPN is the clear favorite.
What network do you think Tebow will work for first? Sound off in the comments section.