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Tebow's Dad Denies Report Son's Football Career is Over

Sunday, 02 Jun 2013 07:45 AM

By Audrey Hudson

Tim Tebow’s father is denying a report that a NFL career is over for his son, the former New York Jets and Denver Broncos quarterback.

ESPN Magazine reported Friday that the rumor from Tebow’s camp is that his league days are “probably over” just one month after the cultural icon split ways with the Jets.

But Bob Tebow tells NFL.com the report is not true.

“You are old enough to not believe all you hear,” the elder Tebow told the NFL.com reporter.

The website says Tebow, a former Heisman trophy winner who is known for sharing his Christian faith, is still looking for a job on the gridiron, but no offers have surfaced.

After guiding the Broncos to the playoffs in 2011, Tebow was traded to the Jets, but saw little playing time in 2012 and was released after the Jets drafted West Virginia University quarterback Geno Smith in April.

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