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The NFL Tim Tebow Report 4/15/15

1. San Francisco 49ers  No

2. Denver Broncos       NO

3. Seattle Seahawks     NO

4. Atlanta Falcons      N0

5. Baltimore Ravens     No

6. New England Patriots No

7. Green Bay Packers    NO

8. Houston Texans       Maybe

9. Cincinnati Bengals     No
10. Minnesota Vikings    No

11. Chicago Bears         Maybe Rumor

12. Indianapolis Colts    NO

13. Washington Redskins  Maybe

14. St. Louis Rams        Maybe

15. New York Giants       No

16. New Orleans Saints    No

17. Dallas Cowboys      No

18. Detroit Lions        No

19. Pittsburgh Steelers  Maybe

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Maybe

21. Miami Dolphins       No

22. Kansas City Chiefs    No

23. San Diego Chargers    No

24. Philadelphia Eagles  Maybe Workout

25. Tennessee Titans      Maybe

26. Buffalo Bills         No

27. Carolina Panthers     Maybe

28. Cleveland Browns      No

29. Arizona Cardinals    maybe

30. New York Jets         No

31. Jacksonville Jaguars  No 

32. Oakland Raiders       No
 Maybe=10  No=22 -Someone from the team said No   Rumor-Someone was talking/writing about it


Tim Tebow is on six city speaking tour this week

By Vito Stellino (Vito Stellino’s Blog) April 15, 2015 – 8:06am

  • Tim Tebow   Brynn Anderson/2014 AP file photo
Brynn Anderson/2014 AP file photo
Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow continues to be in demand as a speaker and is currently on a six city speaking tour.

According to, Tebow was in Lake Charles, La. last Friday, in Knoxville Sunday and Sioux Falls Monday and Rapid City, S.D. on Tuesday.  He will be in Sheridan, Wyoming Wednesday and conclude the tour in Grand Island, Neb. Thursday.

The Joy Agency, which describes itself as a boutique speaking management company for celebrities, managed the tour.

In the appearance Tuesday night at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Night of Champions at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, reported that several thousand attended to hear his message.

Many wore his jerseys from Denver, the New York Jets and Florida playing days.

Steve Case and his wife, Jenni, said they wanted to bring their 15-year-old twins, Brittany and Brayden, to see a role model.

“He’s one of the real role models in sports who can be proud of what he does off the field, not just on it,’’ Case said.

Tebow said that some days he practiced when he had bruised ribs or shoulders hurting that would need surgery after the season.

“But you know what?’’ he asked. “I’m going to show up and be passionate because I love this game.’’  

Tim Tebow wants to build a legacy greater than football


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(Photo: REUTERS/Danny Moloshok)

As much as former National Football League (NFL) player Tim Tebow loves football, there is something he loves and values more – and that is his charity work.

“Everyone needs to do something greater than themselves, to do something for other people,” he told PEOPLE. “That’s why we’re here; that’s why we’re always looking for more ways that the Foundation can help others. I want to build a legacy that is greater than football.”


Tebow founded the Tim Tebow Foundation back in 2010 in hopes of sharing “Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.”

And the football player’s vision for those in need just keeps on growing – his non-profit organisation now offers Adoption Aid and Orphan Care. Their W15H programme grants the wishes of sick teens, and the charity also put up a five-storey hospital in the Philippines. Another branch of the charity is Timmy’s Playroom, where they set up play areas in different hospitals to provide fun and relief to terminally ill children.

Just recently, they started the Night to Shine Prom where they treat children with special needs to a night of fun and laughter. The prom, in particular, is very special to Tebow and he was moved to tears after attending it.

“I had a mother come up to me and say, ‘My daughter will never get married. She will never have children. But for this one night during the prom, she was a princess.’ That just blew me away. That’s why I do what I do. That’s why this is my passion,” he said.

Tebow added that charity work is a big part of who he is and he has promised never to stop doing it.

Of course, Tebow still finds the time to train for his other passion, which is football, and he hopes that more opportunities will open for him in the future.

“Football really means a lot to me,” he said. “I wouldn’t work as hard as I do if I didn’t care so much about it. I train about six days a week. I’m training at the same intensity as I did when I was playing football. I’ve done it for my entire life and I love it. I try to be active and to keep my body in the best shape I can possibly be in.”


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