Moscow Black Storm Owner Hurt by Tim Tebow’s Rejection
No matter what is going on in the world, there always seems to be a new Tim Tebow update. On Friday, reports surfaced out of Russia that Tebow was taking his football talents there, but not so fast.
According to USA Today Sports, Tim Tebow’s agents turned down the deal, and as if this story couldn’t get any more ludicrous, Moscow Black Storm‘s owner Mikhail Zaltsman is now hurt and offended by Tebow’s rejection.
“Unfortunately agents of Tim Tebow turn down our proposal. I hope that its Tebow’s agents’ fault that the contract wasn’t signed and Tim couldn’t do anything about it. If it was his decision – it’s very upsetting. And in this case we don’t want him in our team anyway.”
Mr. Zaltsman, did you really think Tebow or his agents would accept your offer? Not a fat chance. Pigs will fly before he accepts your deal. Moreover, Tebow will play tight end in the NFL before he moves to Moscow and runs your team. In short, the answer is no.
If Tebow had accepted this deal, it would have hurt him rather than helped him. For many players, money talks, but that is not Tebow’s case. Additionally, if he got hurt playing for the Black Storm, then a successful NFL career would have a much slimmer chance of happening.
Tebow’s single focus is to become an NFL QB and nothing will stop that. He is on a mission to reach his goals, and if you know anything about Tebow’s college days, he is motivated by his failures and lets his determination, drive and beast work ethic reach his goals.
It has been very eerie that Tebow has been seen less in public lately, but he’s probably working hard reaching his goals.
Sorry Russia, Tim Tebow doesn’t like you and is preparing for an NFL comeback.
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