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Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow is the Heisman Trophy winning former quarterback of the University of Florida Gators. Tebow was drafted 25th overall in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft. One of the best college football players of all time, the left-handed Tebow possessed a great mix of size, strength, speed, leadership and throwing ability.

A superb talent at Nease High in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Tebow was followed through his senior season by a film crew, which produced the "Chosen One". The one-hour documentary looked at Tebow's football career, work ethic and family life, which has included several trips to Southeast Asia as a missionary.

As a freshman at Flori...
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Tim Tebow is the Heisman Trophy winning former quarterback of the University of Florida Gators. Tebow was drafted 25th overall in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft. One of the best college football players of all time, the left-handed Tebow possessed a great mix of size, strength, speed, leadership and throwing ability.

A superb talent at Nease High in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Tebow was followed through his senior season by a film crew, which produced the "Chosen One". The one-hour documentary looked at Tebow's football career, work ethic and family life, which has included several trips to Southeast Asia as a missionary.

As a freshman at Florida, Tebow served as the backup to starting quarterback Chris Leak and played a key role in the team's national championship season. As a sophomore, Tebow broke NCAA records while scoring 55 touchdowns and became the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. He led the Gators to another national championship in his junior year and finished third in the Heisman race despite receiving the most first place votes. His senior year fell short of a national championship as the Gators lost to eventual BCS champion Alabama in the SEC Championship game. Tebow did end his college career a winner setting BCS bowl game records in the Sugar Bowl against an overmatched Cincinnati.
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  • Hyde5: Pouncey says Wallace trade, 'right move for everybody'

    Hyde5: Pouncey says Wallace trade, 'right move for everybody'
    It wasn't good enough for Mike Pouncey and his twin brother, Maurkice, to see Mike Wallace shipped out to Minnesota. They gave him a loud send-off on CBS4-TV. In a story initially released on Instragram, they said good riddance to him after Wallace's...
  • Tim Tebow works out for Eagles

    Tim Tebow works out for Eagles
    Tebow Time in Philly? Tim Tebow worked out Monday for the Philadelphia Eagles, a person familiar with the session told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the workout was not made public. Considering all the...
  • Five things for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

    Five things for Tuesday, March 17, 2015
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: Orlando trying out composting; lawmakers want jobless-benefits systems fixed; massive live oak could fall to development; Tim Tebow tries out for NFL team. 1. The city of Orlando is distributing...
  • Bianchi: Tim Tebow works out for Eagles, compares Chip Kelly to Urban Meyer

    Bianchi: Tim Tebow works out for Eagles, compares Chip Kelly to Urban Meyer
    It should come as no surprise that Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly is the first coach to give Tim Tebow a chance to make an NFL comeback. According to published reports, Tebow worked out for Kelly on Monday, but there is reportedly no plan yet...
  • Hyde5: Tim Tebow reportedly works out with Eagles

     
    Chip Kelly worked out Tim Tebow on Monday, according to ESPN, which means the Internet is about to explode in three ... two .....
  • On The Fly: New Commissioner, New Pete Rose Plea

    On The Fly: New Commissioner, New Pete Rose Plea
    Pete Rose, 73, still wants back in baseball, and he has formally asked for forgiveness. Rose submitted a request to be reinstated to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, who says he'll review the Dowd report and everything else that led to then-commissioner Bart...
  • Jameis Winston, Bucs need each other as NFL Draft approaches

    Jameis Winston, Bucs need each other as NFL Draft approaches
    Jameis Winston will be the No. 1 draft pick and a Tampa Bay Buc on Thursday, April 30. It's the obvious call, and the right one, despite the controversial party favors that will welcome him into the elite core of professional football players. You...
  • On The Fly: More Big East Honors For PC's Kris Dunn

    On The Fly: More Big East Honors For PC's Kris Dunn
    It has been a breakout season for Providence guard Kris Dunn, the former New London High standout who has battled a shoulder injury in college. The sophomore has averaged 15.5 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 7.4 assists, emerging as one of the best...
  • On The Fly: All Eyes On A-Rod, As Always

    On The Fly: All Eyes On A-Rod, As Always
    Of fielding one ground ball in his first spring training action at third base, Alex Rodriguez said, "I still can't believe I had to throw the ball that far across the diamond. It is a long ways." Sounds like an old man telling stories to those who will...
  • Labor unrest curbs Lions' joy

    Labor unrest curbs Lions' joy
    If you're painting your face Orlando City Lions purple and heading to the historic soccer opener Sunday, the forecast calls for a high of 78, cloudy skies and a 20 percent chance of rain. Oh, and a threat of no game. Amid all the merry anticipation...
  • Tim Tebow hosting prom night for 7,000 special needs kids

    Tim Tebow hosting prom night for 7,000 special needs kids
    Tim Tebow won’t be playing in the Super Bowl or the NFL any time soon.  But he is about to become the best prom date ever. His foundation will sponsor 45 simultaneous Night to Shine prom events in 26 different states -- and two locations in Uganda...