LeSean McCoy says his 2-year-old son is more talented than Tim Tebow
Former Heisman Trophy winner and Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow isn't likely to play in the NFL this year (or possibly ever again), which is plenty fine with Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy.
McCoy was pressed by TMZ cameras while he was leaving LAX and questioned about who he thought was the best player not currently on an NFL roster. The TMZ camera man suggested Tim Tebow, and a rather appalled McCoy suggested he'd take his 2-year-old son over the Florida Gator product.
"Tim Tebow?" McCoy said. "My son is 2. I'll take my son over Tim Tebow."
As for who McCoy picked, he suggested Chris Johnson is the most talented NFL player who is currently unemployed.
In addition to the less than positive comment directed at Tebow, McCoy also stated he believed former teammate DeSean Jackson would be successful with the Washington Redskins, suggesting he was going to "ball out."
The one question McCoy couldn't come up with an answer for? The most expensive piece of jewelry he ever purchased.
He suggested there's simply too much to pick from. Tough living.