Tim Tebow|birth_place = Makati, Philippines |height_ft = 6 |height_in = 3 |weight_lbs = 233 |high_school = Ponte Vedra (FL) Nease |college = Florida |draftyear = 2010 |draftround = 1 |draftpick = 25 |pastteams= * Denver Broncos (–) * New York Jets () * New England Patriots ()* * Philadelphia Eagles ()* |pastteamsnote = yes |highlights = * 2× BCS national champion (2006, 2008) * 2× SEC champion (2006, 2008) * 2× SEC Player of the Year (2008, 2009) * Manning Award (2008) * 2× Maxwell Award (2007, 2008) * Heisman Trophy (2007) * Davey O'Brien Award (2007) * AP Player of the Year (2007) * ''Sporting News'' Player of the Year (2007) * 2× First-team All-American (2007, 2008) * Second-team All-American (2009) * 3× First-team All-SEC (2007–2009) |statlabel1 = TD–INT |statvalue1 = 17–9 |statlabel2 = Passing yards |statvalue2 = 2,422 |statlabel3 = Passer rating |statvalue3 = 75.3 |statlabel4 = Rushing yards |statvalue4 = 989 |statlabel5 = Rushing touchdowns |statvalue5 = 12 |nflnew = timtebow/497135 }} Timothy Richard Tebow (; born August 14, 1987) is a former professional American football quarterback and current professional baseball outfielder in the New York Mets organization. He played college football for the University of Florida, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2007 and appearing on BCS National Championship-winning teams during the 2006 and 2008 seasons. Tebow was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft and spent two seasons with the team. He also played for the New York Jets in 2012. Additionally, he had preseason stints with the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013 and 2015 respectively.
Tebow became the Florida Gators' starting quarterback during the 2007 season when he became the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. In 2008, Tebow led Florida to a 13–1 record and its second national championship in three years, and was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game. The Gators again went 13–1 in 2009, his senior year. At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference's all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.
As a member of the Denver Broncos, he started the last three games of his rookie season and became the team's full-time starting quarterback beginning in the sixth game of 2011. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter, until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. Despite the team's success, however, Tebow’s potential as a professional level quarterback was called into question due to a perceived lack of passing ability, persistent fumbles, and having the lowest passing completion rate in the league.
During the 2012 offseason, the Broncos traded Tebow to the New York Jets, where he received little playing time and was released after the 2012 season ended. He signed a two-year, non-guaranteed contract with the New England Patriots on June 11, 2013, but was cut from the team on August 31, 2013. After two seasons away from the game, Tebow signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on April 20, 2015, but was released on September 5. Despite compiling a record of 8–6 as a starting quarterback with the Broncos and leading them to the playoffs, including a playoff win, he did not start again in the NFL. No other quarterback under 30 in NFL history has won a playoff game and then never started another NFL game.
In 2016, Tebow announced he would pursue a career in professional baseball, and signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets on September 8. He has played in Minor League Baseball for the Mets organization in 2017 and 2018.
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