Where in the world is Tim Tebow? In Los Angeles, of course

Posted by Laces Out Crew on September 10th, 2013 at 11:48 am

By Ross Jones, FOXSports.com

Ever since the Patriots cut Tim Tebow, people have wondered what’s next for him.

Since Tebow has refused to play any position other than quarterback, it’s unlikely he will receive any calls as his skills on the field don’t outweigh the hoard of attention that comes with him. Well, Tebow isn’t letting that fact deter him as he has been reportedly working out in Los Angeles and posing for pictures with the USC women’s lacrosse team. True story.View image on Twitter

Tebow, of course, was offered a three-year deal which is worth “millions” by Kiss’ Arena League team Monday. It’s unknown if Tebow has any interest in entertaining this deal. A call to his agent Jimmy Sexton wasn’t immediately returned.

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11 Responses to “Where in the world is Tim Tebow? In Los Angeles, of course”

  1. Bob Segrett says:

    BIG FAN OF TIM’S , the end has come he is not the quarterback we watched in college . He’s to big and muscular and slow . He has power-lifted hisself right out of football .

  2. The Mascot Army says:

    No. He was 15 lbs bigger last year and still accurate; he’s still plenty quick. He just needs to know an offense better and have time to build chemistry with WRs to have more success.

    If he is finished in the NFL, it has more to do with the cowardice of bad team GMs than his physique.

    • Sage says:

      Yep. The guy makes plays, and he can make even more if given access to the field and reps.

      Is there a QB who has been successful without that? Brady won 2 Super Bowls and was on his way to a 3rd before before he won wide-spread acclaim as a great QB. In the lead-up to his first Super Bowl, Brady’s offense was regarded as the team’s weakness. His job was to not mess it up.

      This idea that great NFL QBs are hatched like Zuess is an annoyance. But now with guys like Wilson having early success, the idea is getting even more popular.

  3. The Mascot Army says:

    Is there any chance Tebow is talking to Mike McCoy?

    • Sage says:

      I’d like it, but I’ve never seen any sign that McCoy is a big believer in Tebow.

      As for that situation, Brandi had the tweet of the day:

      Tebow Plays his best when Game’s on the line. Rivers falls apart in those moments. If U can’t tell the difference, Y even watch?

      • The Mascot Army says:


        How about talking with Oakland?

        Buzzy Says : the X Denver coaches that are now HCs Allen is at Raiders Mccoy is at the chargers

        • Sage says:

          I was under the impression Pryor had a good week, though I didn’t really look at it. Al Davis would have loved to have won with Tebow against the Broncos for a decade.

          It’s hard to imagine Tebow with the bad-boy team, but still beating the Broncos 2x per year would be worth it.

      • ck says:

        Thanks Sage for the tweet from Brandi and I must say very apropo, ha, ha!!

  4. bubbaelvis says:

    I miss watching Tebow play. I still believe he’ll get a shot and he is not done in New England. I just saw a utube video of Madden 2013 where Tim is playing tight end for New England. He looked pretty awesome. It made me wish they had kept him to use as a utility player while still developing him as a QB. I don’t know how close Madden is to the real thing but if he was in reality what he is in the Madden version he’d be great. I can totally see him playing tight end, lining up in the backfield, etc. and rocking big time. Of course he would have to want to do that. You don’t have to give up your dream to be a QB to at least get on the field and play.

  5. ck says:

    Don’t imagine Tebow will ever give up on being a QB anywhere and would not want that for him either!!! He is great at what he does…WINNING!!!

  6. bubbaelvis says:

    I agree ck. He is a QB and that’s what he needs to play. I just hate going into the season with him not playing so just a little day dreaming on my part.

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