Famous Interviews That Never Happened: Tim Tebow
Have you been wondering what Tim Tebow is up to these days? Well, he’s received quite a few job offers, some of which are bizarre and one of which is very tempting in every sense of the word. He’s also tried to go into a different kind of business, although that’s just garnered more laughter than anything else. Finally, he’s really laid low with the media lately. That changed this week…well, sort of.
The fake Tim Tebow sat down with Rant Sports’ own Dan Parzych to discuss his fall out with the New York Jets, his future in the NFL, his new fast-food chicken chain and more. Trust us, even though it’s not the real Tebow, it’s still absolutely hilarious.
Also, be sure to check out all of the other crazy stuff that has involved Tebow recently:
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