Tim Tebow, former and maybe now future TV analyst, is no longer an NFL quarterback. The Philadelphia Eagles cut him today, per Adam Schefter:
Mock drafts are a charade within a charade. Fantasy football is fake; mock drafts are fake drafts to prepare for the “real” fake draft, for a fake team. The only purpose of mock drafts is to get a general sense where players are going in each round, and that’s only useful for the first five rounds. The whole sham is…
Tim Tebow is playing football again for the first time since 2013. The Eagles’ fourth-string QB got to the promised land late in the fourth quarter of Philadelphia’s 36-10 preseason win over the Indianapolis Colts. He finished 6/12 for 69 yards today. Tebow also got sacked three times for 28 yards and it wasn’t pretty.
As you may have heard, the Philadelphia Eagles are signing former college veerback and ideal Nicholas Sparks film protagonist Tim Tebow to a contract today. Up until this offseason, Eagles coach Chip Kelly was rather adept at giving fans the impression that he had some kind of grand master plan for the franchise.…
This is not a drill!
Tim Tebow. When was the last time you thought about that guy? The NFL's been so busy with other stories that we forgot about The Man Who Just Won. Fear not, however: Tebow's been learning how to tighten his throwing motion, and he's reportedly considering an appearance at the new veterans' combine this month.
SEC Nation is in Knoxville today, where Tim Tebow is still mostly loathed, but apparently not by this woman who was beside herself after being handed a piece of cake by the Heisman-winner:
Urban Meyer is delusional. The synapses in his brain are slowly failing to fire in the proper manner. Or maybe the aliens finally came for him. Those are the only explanations we can possibly give for why Meyer appears to be the last person on Earth who still thinks Tebow can make it in the NFL. Even worse, he doesn't…
Former Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum: "Obviously we made a couple mistakes–trading for Tim Tebow most notably." [CBS]
Just before kickoff, when tasked by Rece Davis to predict a final score in tonight's BCS Championship game, ESPN's Tim Tebow predicted the Seminoles would win 35-31. He was only off by one point.
This morning's Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN found itself traversing very odd ground as panelist Trent Dilfer presented a package on what a great job Trent Dilfer did at making new ESPN hire Tim Tebow awesome at playing quarterback. How awesome? "Tom Brady" awesome, if you believe ESPN.