Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow has been a polarizing figure since the minute he was drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos of the 2010 draft.
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He led the Florida Gators to a national championship in the 2008 college football season after winning the Heisman Trophy in the 2007 season.
However, his NFL career did not pan out the way he had hoped and was eventually unable to find work with an NFL team.
Although his first year as a starter for the Broncos produced an AFC West title and playoff win after a 1-4 start, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets and was unable to beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job.
Reports have surfaced all over the Internet that Tebow worked out with the Philadelphia Eagles, but they did not sign him to a contract.
The door is still open for him to sign one, but here are five reasons why the Eagles should not take a chance on the controversial quarterback.
5. His engaging personality makes him better suited for an analyst job
Although critics will have plenty to say about Tebow’s ability as an NFL quarterback, it would be difficult for anyone to point out a flaw in his personality as he is known as one of the nicest guys in football. He is also very sociable and conversational, which makes him a perfect fit for a football analyst job.
Tebow currently works as an analyst for the SEC Network. Since the former Heisman winner’s college football career was played at Florida, who is in the SEC, he has plenty of knowledge about SEC football right off the bat. Here is a video of Tebow demonstrating his broadcast skills during the 2014 college football season.