Tebow Petition Removed: White House Won’t Help QB Find A Job

Tim Tebow won’t get any help from the government finding a job. A petition asking President Obama to talk some sense into the Jacksonville Jaguars has been removed from the White House website.

The petition, which was filed under “Job Creation,” begged the president to call up general manager David Caldwell and convince him to give Tebow a job.

The petition reads: “Jacksonville Jaguars fans want the team to sign recently released QB Tim Tebow. However, rookie general manager for the Jacksonville Jaguars David Caldwell is blocking this from happening. If the Jaguars sign & START Tebow, home games will be sold out, sales will spike, the team will win and the fans will be happy.”

The White House has promised to respond to any petition with more than 100,000 signatures. The Tim Tebow petition only gathered about 60 in the last week and, sadly, those will be the only signatures it ever gets.

The Tim Tebow petition has been removed from the White House website.

Tebow won’t be getting any help from the government but don’t worry too much about the former Jets QB. He was recently named the most influential athlete in the world. And with that sort of power, Tebow shouldn’t have any trouble convincing someone to give him a job playing indoor football or coaching in the Lingerie Football League.