Unemployed Heisman Trophy winner and first round NFL draft pick Tim Tebow’s stock continues to take a tumble.
According to Yahoo! Sports on April 29, the QB that threw only eight times with the New York Jets last year has an offer on the table with the Legends Football League. Sounds opportune, until the realization sets in that the invitation came from a lingerie-clad all-girls league.
Less than 24-hours after being cut after just one season with the Jets organization, the offer came to Tebow from the LFL, which formerly stood for the Lingerie Football League.
So is Tebow putting his unorthodox quarterback skills and frequent demonstrations of religious devotion into on-field play dressed in fancy boxers and shoulder pads?
The standing invitation is for Tebow to be their league’s quarterbacks coach, mentoring the corset-clad women to the top.
A brief letter from LFL founder and chairman Mitchell Mortaza, dated April 29, 2013 and addressed to Tebow’s agent Jimmy Sexton, said the following:
“Now that it appears that Mr. Tebow’s career in the NFL may be coming to an end, we at Legends Football League LLC. would like to extend him an offer to become our Quarterbacks Coach nationally.”
From the NFL to the LFL. Tebow even has some interest from the CFL team Montreal Alouettes. That’s a lot of acronyms for the former Denver Bronco QB.