Tim Tebow

Short bio: 

Tim Tebow was born on August 14, 1987 in Makati City, Philippines to missionary parents and is the youngest of five children. He was homeschooled by his parents. In 2006, Tebow received a football scholarship to attend the University of Florida to. He spent his freshman year as a backup, but was named the team's starting quarterback at the start of the 2007 season. That year he won, the Heisman Trophy and the Davey O'Brien Award. In 2008, Tebow led his team to victory in the BSC National Championship game.

In 2010, Tebow was chosen by the Denver Broncos in the first round of the draft and signed a five-year contract to play second string behind Broncos QB Kyle Orton. After a 1–4 start to the 2011 season, he replaced Orton as the Broncos' starting quarterback. A few months after the season came to an end, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets. In late April 2013, it was announced that Tebow had been released by the New York Jets. In June 2013, he signed a two-year, non-guaranteed contract with New England, but was cut from the team August 31, 2013.

Tebow is currently an analyst for ESPN and the SEC Network.


BCS National Championship 2007, 2009

SEC Championship 2006, 2008

First-team All-American 2008, 2009

Second-team All-American 2009

Heisman Trophy 2007


Tim Tebow Foundation
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Submitted by Elsa Bautista on

Well Mr Tebow I have just lost a classmate of mine and I would like to talk to you if anyway possible it's just that Casey was your number one fan and you were with us today at her funeral and it would mean a lot but if not I understand just a thought just a dream but if not it's ok

Submitted by Kathy LeBeau (not verified) on

My twelve year old grandson recently preached on youth Sunday at their church. He spoke about the example Tim Tebow has set for children his age. His sermon was amazing also because he is a very quiet child that most people has never heard say a word. The entire church was shocked at how well he did. I have a DVD of his sermon and thought Tim might like to see it and know what an inspiration he is to these youth. If so please email me and I will send it to you. Thank you very much.

Submitted by Tabbitha Martorell (not verified) on

Tim Tebow is my favorite football play

Submitted by Elizabeth Libero (not verified) on

I heard you were speaking at the convention for Donald Trump. I cannot believe that you are publicly supporting someone like this. I had always admired you and now I am extremely disappointed. Why is it that men like yourself are afraid to say no to this man who insults women, Muslims, Mexicans, rants about using bombs, separating our country from the rest of the world? Name calls like he is in the first grade and a bully...this is not a leader of integrity and now neither are you. Shame on you!

Submitted by Marie Ouzts (not verified) on

Hi Mr. Tebow, We have a young female who attends our church. She is young and pretty and is about 13-15 years old. She was born with cebraral palsy or spastic paralysis. She is confined to a wheelchair and needs complete 24 hour care. Somehow you are her Hero. When she hears your name or see your picture her face lights up like a christmas tree and this big smile appears on her face and she tries to say,"Tebow". She had hoped to see you in person at the "Together Concert in DC. The family had planned to bring her but something came up. Would it be at all possible for her to meet you in person? somehow?

Submitted by Travis (not verified) on

Man i wanted to get to meet you i was suppose to run on thursday night at 3am and the set got closed, sucks i didnt get a chance to meet you or to run, just wanted to say congrats on getting bumped up to tripleA next season with mets, im one of you biggest fans man keep on succeeding and keeping the faith in God my brother in Christ. Hope to hear from you

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