Tim Tebow of ESPN’s College Football SEC Nation will continue his baseball career after being cut from the Met’s major league roster reports Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News.
“Every day, I’m all-in in pursuing this,” Tebow said per the Daily News.
“If you’ve been around here, you see that. And that’s just my goal and we’re going to give it as good a shot as we can.”
Tebow has continued his duties in the fall for ESPN while playing in the Mets minor league system. For instance, this season if Tebow were to play the entire season at Double-A Binghampton their regular season ends on Sept 2nd. The opening Saturday of college football is August 31st creating very little if any overlap for Tebow’s responsibilities at the mothership.
And let’s face it, Tebow can charter a private Jet as needed.