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Tebow Lingerie League Offer: Come Coach Our 12 Shapely Quarterbacks

Image: Tebow Lingerie League Offer: Come Coach Our 12 Shapely Quarterbacks Game two of the All-Star Lingerie Football League tour (now called the Legends Football League) at Allphones Arena on June 9, 2012 in Sydney, Australia.

By Alexandra Ward   |   Tuesday, 30 Apr 2013 11:38 AM

Now that the New York Jets have released Tim Tebow, the former Lingerie Football League has made him an offer to be its next quarterback coach.

Currently known as the Legends Football League where shapely women play tackle football, the LFL wants Tebow to coach the quarterbacks for all 12 of the league's teams.

"Now that it appears Mr. Tim Tebow's career in the National Football League may be coming to an end, we at Legends Football League would like to extend him an offer to become our Quarterbacks Coach nationally," Legends Football League President Mitchell Mortaza wrote Monday in a letter to Tebow's agent.

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Tebow, a former Heisman winner, was picked up by the Jets in March 2012, but never lived up to the fanfare of his arrival. He failed to unseat starter Mark Sanchez and played in just 6.8 percent of the Jets' offensive snaps, according to official play-time documents.

Some speculate that nabbing Tebow, who is openly religious and vocal about his traditional Christian values, could be part of the league's rebranding efforts. By changing its name from the Lingerie Football League earlier this year and eliminating the revealing outfits the women used to wear in favor of performance sportswear, the LFL is attempting to shift the view of the women from eye candy to real athletes.

No word on whether Tebow would consider such an offer, but one of the league's players is fueling the speculation on Twitter.

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Another organization that reportedly has its eye on Tebow is the Vatican.

According to the Catholic News Service, the Vatican is reaching out to high-profile Christian athletes, including Tebow and Houston Rockets' Point Guard Jeremy Lin, another devout evangelical Christian, in an attempt to reintroduce ethical values to the scandal-ridden world of sports through a proposed Faith Conference.

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