Tim Tebow was one of the best Christian role models the NFL has ever had.
But his time in the league was cut short when teams chose to cater to the woke mob and no one would sign him.
And now football fans were stunned when they found out that Tim Tebow may be making a comeback into the NFL.
Tim Tebow is a one of a kind athlete and role model.
He was a stud in college who earned himself a Heisman Trophy while leading the Florida Gators to victory after victory at quarterback.
But in the NFL he never got a real chance to prove himself in the league.
In just four years in the league he bounced around team to team like a pinball.
First starting with the Broncos, he led the team to their first AFC West title in nearly a decade and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in one of the craziest NFL overtimes you will see winning with just one play.
Tim Tebow turns 32 today.
That 2011 run is still unbelievable.
▫️ 8-5 as starter
▫️ First Broncos playoffs since 2005
▫️ OT victory vs. Steelers
▫️ Tied for most comebacks in the NFL
▫️ Six game-winning drives
— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) August 14, 2019
And during his two years with the Broncos he made praying on the sideline mainstream which drove leftists crazy.
But then he went to the Jets where, like countless other players, his career tanked.
Well, after years of being off the field, Tebow may be making his comeback.
According to ESPN, Tebow asked for a tryout with the Jacksonville Jaguars at tight end and was granted it by his former college coach Urban Meyer, who is now the head coach for the Jaguars.
Update on a former first-round pick: Tim Tebow recently worked out for the #Jaguars, source said, and there has been at least some discussion of him signing. Oh, and he’s a tight end now.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 29, 2021
When asked about Tebow, Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke claimed, “[Tebow] worked out as a tight end and that’s the position he’ll be playing. Right now where it stands, we’re going to get through the draft. Our whole focus, quite honestly, has been on the draft and we’ll worry about that when the draft is over.”
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date with this ongoing story.