Tim Tebow signs prolongation with ESPN as researcher on SEC Network

Tebowmania isn’t withdrawal ESPN anytime soon.

While Tim Tebow might be an determined Major League Baseball actor in a Mets classification — that still feels weird, doesn’t it? — a former quarterback is gripping his other job.

ESPN announced Monday that it has sealed Tebow to a multi-year extension. The former quarterback will continue to be an researcher for a SEC Network and will transport with a SEC Nation pre-game show. Tebow, of course, played in a SEC during Florida as a quarterback prolonged before he was a teenager joining ball player. In between he also threw some passes for a Denver Broncos and flattering most didn’t chuck any passes for a New York Jets.

Tebow, 29, is now personification for a Columbia Fireflies, a Mets’ full-season category A affiliate. As of Monday afternoon Tebow is slicing .242/.330/.363 in 103 image appearances so distant this season.

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Tebow is attack .242 in 103 image appearances this season.

Tebow is attack .242 in 103 image appearances this season.

(Sean Rayford/AP)

The press recover pronounced Tebow’s purpose with ESPN will not obviate him from stability his ball career.

Last year Tebow played in a Arizona Fall League though trafficked to work for ESPN on a weekends given it was college football season.

Tebow started operative for a SEC Network in 2014.

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