Sources confirmed on Monday that at least six NFL teams have expressed serious interest in quarterback Tim Tebo as a ground worker, claiming that the former Florida crocodile star is perfect for their field maintenance team.
John Dorsey, chief general manager of Kansas City, said: "From a purely physical point of view, Tebow has the size, strength and flexibility of lawn management, snow removal or lifting 50 pounds covering, "who expressed concern about whether Tebow had a mental structure to deal with mowing pressure at a professional level.
"Tim certainly has the ability to remove equipment, water plants, organize and clean the storage area, but he's a bit sloppy.
Of course, we are willing to give him a chance at the minimum of the league.
However, if he wants insurance, he needs to invest 40 hours a week.
Tebow reportedly said he wanted to draw a line on the pitch, but all interested NFL teams agreedyear-
The old man is not ready for such a challenging task.