Tim Tebow's NFL training continues in earnest as he attempts to keep himself in shape just in case a major football team comes calling. In the end, Tebow's Christian faith comes first because he believes God holds his future in His hands.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, multiple Arena Football team owners have been offering to make Tim Tebow's return to football a reality, but he continues to insist that he "will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing [his] lifelong dream of being a NFL quarterback." LA KISS owner Gene Simmons also is slightly bewildered that none of the NFL teams have yet to make a job offer:
"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."Tim is currently working as a TV analyst for the SEC Network, but his contract apparently includes an out option if he manages to land a position as a NFL quarterback. Tebow has apparently been working on his much-criticized throwing motion in Los Angeles and he's been working out with trainer Ian Danney at Performance Enhancement Professionals in Scottsdale, Arizona.
As part of this workout program, Tebow plays a version of beach volleyball called "Danney-Ball" which involves a ten-pound heavy medicine ball. No, they are not hitting this ball like normal volleyball, so you don't have to worry about Tebow's hands being injured in the process. I'd suggest checking out the below video to see what I mean:
While personally I think that looks exhausting, Tim thinks that is the point:
"Feel strongest, healthiest and best I ever have. I think one of the greatest things that teaches is just keep fighting, you know, maybe when you chips are down, you are exhausted, or you feel like you can't keep going, just easy to continue to keep fighting. It's so great for sports."As for Tim Tebow's NFL return, the former NFL quarterback says he's relying on God:
"I don't know what my future holds, but I know who (God) holds my future. And that gives you peace to just continue to work. And you go after what you heart desires. And when you do that, you don't have any regrets. I think it's the best way to live life. "Tebow is actually not alone when it comes to former NFL football stars looking for a job. That list is actually fairly long and includes names like Ronnie Brown, Josh Cribbs, Jermichael Finley, Josh Freeman, James Harrison, Santonio Holmes, Richie Incognito, Ed Reed, Asante Samuel, Jonathan Vilma, Kellen Winslow Jr., and Eric Winston. All of these free agents are currently sidelined from the NFL for various reasons, from injuries to suspensions, but all of them continue their NFL training in hopes of another chance.
Do you think Tim Tebow's NFL return will ever happen? If so, which team would you like to see him join?
[Image Via Sodahead.com]