A Brief Story of the Career Life of Tim Tebow

A Brief Story of the Career Life of Tim Tebow

Most of the NFL fans may be familiar with the controversial former quarterback in the NFL, Tim Tebow, right? His career in the NFL was really dramatic for him and his fans. After he could not make in the NFL as quarterback, he move to be a baseball player. As if you do not know well about Tim Tebow or as a fan, you do not know well about his career life. This article will try to give a brief and clear explanation about his story of life.

Tim Tebow was born on August 14, 1987 in Manila, Philippines and after he was three years olds, he and his family move to Jacksonville, Florida. Since high school, he has participated on football team in the school distict and he played for Trinity Christian Academy, Jacksonville. After graduated from the high school, Tebow got his athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida from 2006 to 2009. In addition, in his freshmen year, he played as a backup at Florida, he won the Heisman Throphy in 2007 and two championships including a BCS championship in 2008 and a 13-1 season in 2009. And, in 2008 and 2009, the coaches made him as a team captain and Tebow made a history as the only three-time recepient of Gator’s most valuable player in 2007, 2008, and 2009.

A Brief Story of the Career Life of Tim TebowIn 2010, Tim Tebow was reffered as one NFL coach and chosen by the Denver Broncos in 2010 singed a five-year contract to play behind Broncos QB Keyle Orton. In the 2011 season, Tebow replaced Ortons remarked as the NFL quarterback and gained his sudden sucess against the Miami Dolphins. In March, 2012, He was traded to the New York Jets where much debates that he would replace Mark Sanchez. At the end, the NYJ had released him in the early spring and the New England Patriots and Tebow had signed a two-year contract. And, in the early August, 2016, Tebow decided to pursue his career as a professional baseball player.

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