Tim Tebow: NFL Training Plans For Return As Arena Football Owners Say ‘Call Me’

 
 

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Tim Tebow’s NFL training has resumed as he tries to keep up hopes that he may return to playing football professionally. But several Arena Football owners have recently made offers for him to sign up.

 

In a related report by The Inquisitr, during this summer Tim Tebow and the Duck Dynasty family have been touring together in order to focus on promoting Christian ministries. This is actually not something that has occurred during his downtime after being cut from the Jets and the Patriots. Even during his heydays at the NFL, Tebow used to skip football practice in order to provide help to disaster relief organizations, ministries, and a children’s hospital project, which was a joint effort between the Tim Tebow Foundation and CURE International.

 

But the NFL has never been far from his mind. Although some claim Tebow’s football career is likely over, TMZ reports that the Heisman Trophy winner was spotted in Los Angeles planning on resuming his training. Whether he has a team or not, Tebow has been working on his throwing motion, which was the main criticism that was thrust at him when people considered his stats. Regardless of critics, Tebow has made this pledge:

“I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being a NFL quarterback.”

Right now Tebow’s career is focused on launching the SEC Network with ESPN, but he does have other football job offers on the table. The Orlando Predators are first in their Arena Football division and team owner David Siegel recently sent up this message:

“If anyone knows Tim Tebow, tell him to call me. The team number is 844-455-PRED.”

This is not the first time the Predators made this offer. Last year, former owner Brett Bouchy said, “Whenever Tim is willing, we have a contract waiting for him to sign.”

Tim also could be working with Gene Simmons and the LA KISS if he ever wanted to. The team offered a three year contract for Tim Tebow’s return to football. Simmons is also fairly surprised that no one in the NFL has given Tebow a permanent position:

“When you think about it, why wouldn’t we want somebody who’s a family guy, who doesn’t use expletives, who doesn’t use drugs and booze, so he won’t go the way those guys do, doesn’t torture dogs, allegedly or otherwise, happens to believe in his God, Christianity — what’s the problem? That would be a stellar citizen.”

Do you think Tim Tebow’s NFL return will ever happen? Or do you think he should take one of these offers for Arena Football?

 

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22 Responses to “Tim Tebow: NFL Training Plans For Return As Arena Football Owners Say ‘Call Me’”

  1. Sage says:

    He should play arena if he is not picked up this summer or early autumn. (I don’t know the arena schedule, though.)

    Being quiet and polite is what his detractors want him to do, and it will get him nowhere. Showing some stuff in arena is better than fading into memory and letting detractors falsify history.

    • Sage says:

      In other words, if he’s not picked up by the nfl this summer, there’s little reason to keep hoping. In that event, time to take control of fate by doing what he can do-which is play football in a minor league.

      At some point, some beleagured (sp) nfl team really will be truly desperate. But if Tim’s been sitting at home for the last 3 or 4 years they won’t believe he’s viable. Let him win an arena championship. Nothing wrong with that.

      • ck says:

        What about Favre? He was in retirement for how long & FOR HOW MANY TIMES…NEVER SAY NEVER AND T2 IS OF A HIGHER CALIBER/DETERMINATION THAN ANYONE ELSE THAT IS FOR SURE!!! GO TEBOW!!!

    • ck says:

      Sage: Agree w/u about the detractors wishing him to be quiet and polite as that is what they want the fans to be also and to fade away!!! Not going to do that either!

  2. ck says:

    Well, at least he is not taking Kurt Warner’s route and am glad he has not listened to opinions that have nothing to do w/ability and are just that…OPINIONS, NOT FACTS!!! CAN’T HELP BELIEVING THAT SOMETHING B-I-G IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN AT SOME POINT FOR T2!!! GBPTTA!!!

  3. ck says:

    And I quote: “I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong
    dream of being a NFL quarterback.” That is ALL I need to know period and end of discussion impo!:)

  4. ck says:

    Like these comments: “Rusty Day states: His arm strength is probably stronger than 90% of current NFL QB’s. Back to clueless for you!” And another comment: “Say what you want, but Tebow won in Denver!”
    Can’t refute that…GO T2!!!

  5. The Mascot Army says:

    What will the detractor circus say if he won an arena league championship? Would that also be despite him? Dude’s a winner, and a nice run in any league would make it harder and harder to blackball the kid.

    The NFL sucks without Tebow.

    • ck says:

      Hi Mascot…If he signs w/arena then they will say he settled and you are right the NFL is not worth watching since Tebow has been sidelined on purpose due to his beliefs!!! They better watch out for the backlash from the millions of fans is all I gotta say$$$$!:(

      • Brandi says:

        There’ve been a few indications the NFL recognizes the possibilities of Fan “backlash”. But in general, I don’t know if they really believe it.

        I’ve been saying here for some time…the NFL doesn’t really know what the benefits/costs are of having or not having Tim in the league. Let’s start with the basics….

        There’s this impression (a false one, as far as I and the actual numbers see it) that Tim’s “Followers” are a specific, easily identified, both generally and numerically, group of “Religious zealots”. Well guys, the NFL threatened to sue churches. It still holds that threat over their heads if they don’t follow set uf guidelines laid out by the NFL. If “Religious zealots” aren’t going to make them suffer for telling them how to hold Post-Services gatherings in their own churches, why on earth…or anywhere else…would they be made to suffer over a Player? If the “zealots” own places of worship are up for barter, then, (speaking of how the NFL could see it) of course an individual Player is.

        The NFL has gotten used to being able to do anything it wants to Fans, to Players, to Cities, Counties and States without any significant “backlash” and a whole helluva lot of kissing the league’s butts.

        Has it all reached the point where there will be an actual Fan revolt? Maybe we’ll see. But given all the league has done and all its been allowed to do with little other than more cowtowing, why would they believe there’ll be one now?

        • ck says:

          Brandi: Very good points although, I believe what you are trying to accomplish will wake them up from their self-imposed slumber party!!! Remember the “EMPEROR WITH NO CLOTHES” analogy! If we had a UNITED front then it would definitely be felt; i.e., BOYCOTT WHICH IS WHAT THEY HAVE DONE!!!

          • Brandi says:

            Waking up is hard to do. 🙂

            But that’s not the issue. The issue is they have to wake everyone across the league up and that simply isn’t going to happen. 2011, Tim Tebow was voted a Top-100 Player BY the NFL Players. Now Buzzy says he hasn’t talked to a single Player who is high on Tim. (I wonder how many of those called him a Top Player/QB when he was hot property?)

            The NFL is tied up in a Collective Bargaining Agreement they can’t easily move without imposing another showdown with the Players. The sweeping powers of the Commish was shot down in the BountyGate fight.

            To clean up the NFL has to clean house. Anyone see that happening anytime soon?

          • ck says:

            Brandi: Yes, they certainly seem to have the monopoly mindset, but there is always the natural order of things as in “cause and effect” that will bring them to reality or at least to consider changing. The “old guard” is dead set against that change so they can keep their “status quo” and records intact, unfortunately; however, even they will have to submit eventually and that is the other side of it too. Tebow challenged that and broke a lot of ground!!! So much for “ABSOLUTE POWER CONTROLS ABSOLUTELY!”

          • Brandi says:

            ck–I hope the NFL does address its issues. I’ve said many times, the league always becomes more responsive when it has real competition. Perhaps that’s the way of many things.

            As for how that affects the league we’re putting together, it’s simply validation. 🙂 I’m not concerned at all about how the Players will see The League. They’ll look at the “lifetime plan” and say they had to sue the NFL to even get a sliver of what The League is doing. The Fans will see they had to be ready to revolt to push any significant changes. And the NFL isn’t likely to want to even consider the type of Community/Economic Development and Fan Ownership.

            We’ll help the NFL just as we’re offering other leagues. But don’t doubt for one second its position as the world’s top football league are all but over.

          • ck says:

            Brandi: Yes, change is a sloooooooooow process, but it will happen as it is inevitable. I don’t doubt that the league will continue to exist, but not in its present form and I hope you contiue to be a major part of this b/c of what is happening on your end! Thanks for taking on a more than monumental challenge so the fans may have something tangible to UNITE around that will, hopefully, be legit!!:)

          • Brandi says:

            The NFL of yesteryear was the result of the tireless work of Pioneer Owners, Coaches and Players. The NFL we see today is some of the finest work or Committees and Lawyers.

  6. tebowfan says:

    There isn’t much to read on Tebow and NFL football lately but here are a couple of news sites on tebow and the NFL:

    http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/26048480/2014/07/17/tim-tebows-intense-scottsdale-training-session

    http://sportsofalltime.blogspot.com/2014/07/wake-up-cowboys-its-tebow-time.html

    Cowboys should get Tebow especially since Romo sucks and has made the playoffs like once in his career.

    • ck says:

      Stephtebowfan: Like these Stephtebowfan and it is great to watch him attain his goals and not to be sidelined no matter what the obstacles…nothing short of inspirational–“mind over matter” is what T2 is all about and what a platform too!!! If only there were more TEBOW’S!!!:)

  7. bubbaelvis says:

    I still believe he will play in the NFL this year. NFL players see him working out and throwing, so it follows that someone would talk about him with other players or a coach. I would be surprised if NFL coaches or GM’s don’t already know how much he has improved his throwing. What they are waiting on is beyond me. It may not be until some QB’s are out with injuries but he will get the call this year. By the way, who is Rusty Day?
    Buzzy says : I know there are some But I have not Talk to One Player that was Pro Tebow, I did talk to one QB coach that was ready to take him on.

    • ck says:

      Bubbaelvis: Hey Bubbae! Guess they are waiting on a losing streak and then you will see the offers rolling in and I hope he goes to a team that BELIEVES and deserves to WIN ALL THE WAY TO THE SUPER BOWL!!!
      Anyway, “Rusty Day” is under Orlando Predators hyperlink in article and is on the second section of comments that I found to be interesting as well as true impo!

  8. steftebowfan says:

    Yes the nfl is afraid of players like Tebow and fans like Tebow fans. We don”t back down and leave when they say Tebow is not good enough. We see and Tebow knows he can be a viable QB in the NFL. They don’t want a player with that much power or fans with that much faith. They want people who listen and obey and do not challenge their ideas. Sorry we have a mind and we have determination and we know Tebow is a winner!

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