Tim Tebow will sign a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, according to the Daily Mail.
27-year-old Tebow reportedly made a deal with the team last month.
Tebow hasn’t played in the NFL since December 2012, when he was with the New York Jets. He was released in 2013 and hasn’t played pro since. After being rejected from all of the teams that year, he spent his time working as a television commentator with ESPN.
The Daily Mail reported:
Tebow’s pursuit of being an NFL quarterback is back on, after being on hold since being cut from the Patriots. ‘I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback,’ Tebow wrote on Twitter after he was released by New England, according to Schefter.
Since then, Tebow spent two full seasons training with noted throwing coach Tom House, who also worked with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Many Tebow fans believe that his openness with his faith is what caused him to be temporarily blacklisted in the NFL.
At least he has another shot — we’ll have his back every step of the way! Do you support Tebow? Sound off in the comments section!