Tim Tebow Would Be Doing No Harm By Joining Moscow Black Storm For Two Games
For all you football fans wondering what would happen with Tim Tebow this year–it appears the quarterback is set to play football once again. There’s only one catch–Tebow will only play two football games for some team in Russia.
Tebow will reportedly join the Moscow Black Storm football team in Russia for two games–with the first one being scheduled for September 28. Black Storm president Dmitry Popkov has always been a huge fan of Tebow and believes the quarterback is quite popular among the fan base in Russia–so this could turn out to work out well for both parties if true.
And the best part about Tebow’s contract–he would earn one million dollars for two games of work.
After the New England Patriots decided to release Tebow in the preseason, this is the best move for the quarterback for at least the 2013 season. If any team was truly interested in bringing Tebow on board, they would have made a stronger push to land the quarterback over the last two seasons.
When considering his failed stints with the New York Jets and Patriots–it may be time to realize that Tebow’s time in the NFL may already be over.
There’s no reason to jump to that conclusion just yet considering Tebow is still young and could receive another shot in the NFL down the road if he works on his mechanics–even though it’s highly unlikely. For now, Tebow fans will just have to sit back and watch to see what type of impact their favorite quarterback can make with the Black Storm during his two-game contract.
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