Report: Tim Tebow hires CAA agent, considering college broadcasting
Midway through the season, former Broncos and Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is still unemployed. With no job in the NFL in sight, he has hired prominent broadcast agent Nick Khan of CAA to join Jimmy Sexton in representing him, NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reports.
Tebow has been adamant about his interest in continuing to play in the NFL, but has garnered no interest from teams since New England released him earlier in the year. This is the first public indication Tebow may be moving on from the NFL.
He had success as a quarterback in college, receiving the 2007 Heisman Trophy and getting drafted in the first round by Denver in 2010. He struggled with the Broncos, but put up a memorable performance during their 29-23 AFC wild card victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2012.
Denver traded him to the New York Jets, where he spent most of the season on the bench. New England picked him up briefly, but released him before the start of the season.
Tim Tebow hired prominent broadcast agent CAA’s Nick Khan to join Jimmy Sexton in repping him. If no NFL, will look at college TV jobs.—
Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 10, 2013