Tim Tebow Still Working Out for Possible NFL Comeback

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Former NFL player Tim Tebow arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
Former NFL player Tim Tebow arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok REUTERS

Tim Tebow is still working out for a possible comeback in the National Football League (NFL). In case Tebow gets a call from NFL, he wants to make sure that he will be in shape and in perfect condition to prove that he is worthy of another shot at the American football league.

Currently, Tebow is working as an analyst for the SEC Network, but in addition to his broadcasting job, the 26-year-old quarterback is still training and prepping himself in hopes of returning to the NFL. According to Tebow, he is as healthy as he has ever been.

In one of his recent training videos, Tebow wasn't really doing practice sessions or drills for a quarterback. Instead, he was seen throwing a 10-pound medicine ball for a workout that his trainer and performance enhancement professional Ian Danney created called "Danney-ball."

"I feel great," Tebow told Gayle Jansen of Fox 10 Sports. "I feel the strongest, the healthiest, throwing the best I ever had so you know, I'm just really excited about the improvement."

Tebow said he has no idea where he would be in one, two, or three years from now, but going after his NFL dream was something that he felt strongly about. He doesn't want to wake up one morning and feel the pangs of guilt for not going after his NFL dream.

"I don't know what my future holds but I know who holds my future, and that gives you peace to just continue to work, you know, go after what your heart desires and when you do that, you don't have any regrets and I think that's the best way to live life."

Nearly a year has gone since Tebow played NFL. He was signed by the New England Patriots in July 2013 but he was cut from the team's roster in August 2013. Tebow's former coach Urban Meyer told Big Ten Media Days via NFL.com that he still don't understand why no team would want to sign Tebow.

"I still don't get that part of it," said Meyer. Meyer said Tebow is one of the most efficient passer in college football. He hoped that all Tebow's hard work will pay off in the end. "I just wish it would work out for him."

Rich Sports Talk said Tebow would be good for the Houston Texans. The Texans could reportedly make use of Tebow in their offense.

Watch Tebow's training session in Scottsdale, Arizona below.

Video courtesy: YouTube/Fox 10 Phoenix


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