What exactly are the Philadelphia Eagles doing at quarterback? Everyone is trying to figure it out — even their rivals.
If you take a wider lens to Tebow, you’ll see he’s one of us, a working stiff who’s just trying to get a job. He harms no one, helps many, and is the very role mode we allegedly covet.
It’s Tebow Time in the City of Brotherly Love. The most polarizing backup quarterback in football is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Eagles on Monday.
Tebow, 27, was traded from Denver to New York in 2012 and released by the Jets after one tumultuous year as Mark Sanchez’s backup.
Tim Tebow hasn’t taken a regular-season snap since 2012. But he might be eyeing one more attempt at a comeback, according to the Boston Globe.
Bart Scott has never been one to hold his tongue, so whenever he joins Boomer and Craig it tends to get interesting — which is a good thing.
Seriously, who could have imagined it’d turn out to be a total disaster?!
As the season has seen the rise of Mississippi State football, quarterback Dak Prescott has emerged on the scene as one of college football’s best. Is Prescott the best player in college football?
Michael Signora, the league’s vice president of football communications, tweeted Tuesday that Abdullah “should not have been penalized.”
Not that it’s fun to poke fun at the Jets, but these days, it’s just so darn easy. What went down Sunday was yet another example of bad fortune that this team has experienced during its history.
So, in case you didn’t notice, the Ray Rice elevator video release dominated news this week, but life and drama in the sports world did go on. Here are the top 6 you may have missed this week.
Maybe it didn’t take off because “Finebauming” was reserved last October. It’s, um, something totally different.
Tebow will be part of the show’s new “Motivate Me Monday” segment that highlights people and their stories of triumph. ABC says he’ll appear in the studio and from locations across America.
It’s a reach, no matter what round you draft him. But Tebow is owned in 1.3 percent of fantasy football teams on ESPN.com, the network tweeted on Tuesday.
Everyone’s taking up the ice bucket challenge. But some people in the sports world need ice water dumped on them.