Tim Tebow is already getting plenty of TV time as an on-air personality. The new ESPN analyst will now be part of Good Morning America‘s special Super Bowl broadcast Friday morning.
Tebow will guest co-host the morning show, joining NFL All-Stars to challenge chef Emeril Lagasse to a Super Bowl snack cook-off, according to For The Win. The gig is a far cry from quarterbacking the Denver Broncos — Tebow’s job before he was replaced by Super Bowl-bound Peyton Manning — but at least it’s somewhat football-related.
Tebow signed with ABC’s sister company, ESPN, as an analyst in December, and made his on-air debut Jan. 6 before the BCS National Championship game.