Tim Tebow is still holding out hope to be a professional quarterback in the National Football League.
In the meantime, however, he has a number of other opportunities available to him — some more unique than others.
According to a TMZ report, Tebow recently was offered a spot on VH1’s dance drama, “Hit The Floor.” Actress Kat Bailess has a prominent role in the show and — after posing for a picture with Tebow — she told him he should be a guest star.
Fans will have to wait and see if Tebow ends up taking the role — he told Bailess he’d have to talk with his reps — as he has another backup option as an analyst for the SEC Network, which will launch this fall. The job does include an out-clause if an NFL team wants to sign him.
Whatever Tebow ends up doing, it appears his primary objective is to make a return to the NFL. He didn’t play during the 2013 season, but his former college coach, Urban Meyer, told CBSSports.com that Tebow remains diligent in training and preparing for another shot at playing as a professional quarterback.
“There are some conversations about it,” Meyer said. “There’s hope, and he says there’s stuff going on.”