Tim Tebow’s advisers are reportedly conceding that the quarterback’s NFL career is probably done.
According to an ESPN report, his confidantes are “privately admitting that his NFL run is probably over.”
Tebow was released by the Jets and teams may be hesitant to take a chance on him because they do not want to deal with the distractions that come from his fans, many of whom are devout Christians and embrace the quarterback for his open and passionate embrace of his faith.
Even though Chuck Norris has guaranteed that Tebow will do wonders for a team and would become a legend, multiple teams–including the Jacksonville Jaguars–seem reluctant to take a chance on the quarterback despite his widespread appeal because they are not sold on his throwing mechanics and ability to read defenses.
Tebow reportedly has improved those mechanics in the offseason by tinkering with his footwork.
The former Heisman winner reportedly has offers from the Canadian Football League and the Arena League. ESPN and Fox Sports 1 may also bid for his services as a college football commentator.