Tim Tebow Reportedly Targeted by ESPN, Fox and CBS

December 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tim Tebow is a polarizing quarterback, and while he may not be able to land an NFL gig at the moment, major television networks are targeting him for his services as an analyst.
According to a Tuesday report by The Big Lead's Jason McIntyre, multiple sources with knowledge of the situation indicate that a bidding war has commenced. The parties interested are ESPN's SEC Network, CBS Sports and Fox Sports.
All would provide interesting opportunities for the former Heisman Trophy winner, who was released by the New England Patriots following the 2013 preseason and has remained a free agent since.
At this late juncture of the season, it doesn't seem like that will change, and McIntyre's sources say that Tebow is readying for a transition to TV. One source says ESPN has already planned a show for Tebow.
McIntyre's report included the following in regard to ESPN's SEC Network, which is slated to launch on Aug. 21, 2014, but is encountering problems that Tebow's presence c...

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