Unable to find an NFL team to give him a chance, Tim Tebow's hopes of being an professional QB seem unlikely. However, he still has a future in sports... as a broadcaster?
According to The Big Lead, various sports networks are in a bidding war in hopes of wooing the 26-year-old into joining their college football broadcast team. CBS Sports, Fox Sports and ESPN are among those reportedly interested.
ESPN's SEC Network is slated to debut next August, and want its own version of "College Gameday," with Rece Davis as host, radio personality Paul Finebaum in the Lee Corso role and Tebow as the show's Kirk Herbstreit.
The networks feel that Tebow could attract a variety of new viewers, thanks to his loyal following, which in turn, means ratings and more ad money.
If he does land a job with one of the network, does it mean the end of his NFL career?
This season, several teams have had injuries in the quarterback department -- including Cleveland, Green Bay, Buffalo, and St. Louis -- but not one called Tebow. Stay tuned...