The ‘Tebowing’ could return to the NFL: Tim Tebow trains with the Jaguars
Tim Tebow can return to the NFL. Played his last game in the NFL in 2012 with the New York Jets.After two years with the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles without playing a game (both teams cut him after the preseason), he decided to quit American football. He tried baseball. In 2016 he signed with the New York Mets. He played in the Minor Leagues until 2021, when he retired after failing to reach the MLB.
Now, The 33-year-old former quarterback wants to return to the NFL. A few days ago he trained with the Jacksonville Jaguars as a tight end. The change in position would give him an opportunity to return to the field of play. The Jaguars have yet to make a decision on hiring Tebow.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy Winner played three seasons in the NFL (2010 to 2012), two with Denver Broncos. His best season was in 2011, when he played 14 games (11 as a starter), going 7-4, to lead the Broncos to the playoffs.
‘Tebowing’: praying on your knees in the field
Tebow is a well-known figure in the United States, where He transcended the sports field because of his religious convictions.His habit of praying on his knees before the start of the matches – gesture known as Tebowing– was imitated in its day by many North American athletes.
In baseball played for the Mets in the Minor Leagues from 2016 to 2019. He signed 48 doubles, three triples, 18 homeruns, 107 RBIs. “I loved every minute of the trip, but right now I feel called in other directions. I will always cherish my time as Met,” he said. Tebow in February when he announced his retirement.