Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is considering participating in the NFL's veteran combine on March 22, reports Ben Volin of The Boston Globe.
Tebow has not played in the NFL since 2012 or been signed to a team since 2013, when he spent part of the summer with the New England Patriots. He has since begun a broadcasting career with ESPN, its SEC Network and ABC's Good Morning America.
The veteran combine will be held in Phoenix. About 100 veteran free agents will be selected to participate through an application process.
The Globe reports Tebow has been working "diligently" with Tom House in Los Angeles over the last two years. House is a retired Major League Baseball pitcher who has trained a number of NFL quarterbacks including Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
House told us on Friday that he isn’t sure if Tebow will be attending the combine, but “he went from being a little inaccurate and didn’t throw a whole lot of spirals, to throwing very accurate and real good at spinning the ball.”
- Mike Fiammetta