If Tim Tebow can’t get a job in the NFL as a quarterback, a TV career may be on the horizon.
ESPN believes the former Jet will be playing football in 2013, but if not, he’s on the network’s radar as a college football analyst, according to the New York Daily News. There will be competition for Tebow’s services, though — unlike in the NFL, where there is none.
Fox Sports would likely be interested in the University of Florida product for their new all-sports cable network, Fox Sports One. CBS broadcasts SEC football, so they too could want Tebow to join their studio crew.
Tebow was released by the Jets last week after just one season with the team. He received limited snaps at quarterback and less than expected at the wildcat position.