Tim Tebow gets a job as an ESPN analyst
Tim Tebow has been through a couple of college football championships, won the Heisman Trophy, and was a first-round pick for the NFL Draft. Tebow used to be quarterback of the Denver Broncos and New York Jets, but then he became a free agent. ESPN has now hired Tebow as an analyst for the SEC Network. The SEC Network is known for airing games for the University of Florida where he was the quarterback in college. Tebow, 26, signed a multiyear deal as an analyst.
Tebow will be making his debut during the pre-game of the Vizio BCS National Championship on January 6. Tebow will be focused on SEC Nation, the pre-game show that is going to premiere at the Texas A&M game in South Carolina on August 28. Tebow is also going to contribute to SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, and Heisman coverage. Tebow will also continue to pursue opportunities for NFL teams.