Somewhere along the line, Josh Hamilton, one of the most feared hitters in baseball and a man of faith, has become Major League Baseball’s version of Tim Tebow.
Tim Tebow drew a crowd of about 15,000 people to an outdoor Easter church service, saying that it is important to be outspoken about faith.
Tim Tebow drew a crowd of about 15,000 to an outdoor Easter church service Sunday, telling the gathering it’s important to be outspoken about faith while admonishing athletes about not being better role models.
Tebow is expected to complement starter Mark Sanchez, who received a $40.5 million contract extension, with $20.5 million guaranteed, earlier this month. The Jets also had pursued Manning.
There is no doubt that Tebow is leaving the Broncos – so should the Cowboys consider going after the soon-to-be free agent? Do the Cowboys need to bring in another QB to backup Tony Romo?
Orton also gives his thoughts about the latest Peyton Manning news out of Denver, where he was QB for part of the 2011 season – before being traded to Kansas City.
Tim Tebow isn’t the only professional athlete with an open profession of faith. One of the top female professional rodeo riders is doing the same thing – only different.
Never one to be shy, New School’s RJ Choppy was on the hunt when he heard Tim Tebow had invaded radio row at Super Bowl XLVI.
The New England Patriots may have clobbered Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos Saturday, but it’s not Tebow’s game on the field that’s been getting attention lately. It’s his faith.
Sports will make fans do some crazy things but there are few as strange as what a Richardson man promises to do if a certain team wins the Super Bowl. A 26 year old is promising to legally change my name to Tim Tebow if the Broncos win.
This morning on 105.3 The Fan’s New School with Shan & RJ, the show spoke with David Rezazadeh of Richardson who has made an interesting bet.
Yep, we’re jumping on the Tim Tebow bandwagon with an oldie, but a goodie!