Tebow's Quarterback Career Could Be Over

James Keivom/New York Daily News


Nine years ago, when this massive boulder of hype began as nothing more than a mere snowball, Tim Tebow didn't like the situation he'd unknowingly created for himself. So he and his family re-evaluated their decision.

They prayed. And they contemplated. And they talked it through. And ultimately, they decided, since the football team at Trinity Christian in Jacksonville, Fla., wasn't going to let Tebow compete for the occupied quarterback job, he'd transfer to nearby Nease High School instead.

"In high school, they said I couldn't be a quarterback," Tebow, who spent a year as a...

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