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

Patrick Frye

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

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."