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The Jacksonville Jaguars Release Tim Tebow, Here Was His Response.........
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Tim Tebow's NFL comeback will unfortunately be short-lived. The Jacksonville Jaguars released him today...

His response...

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Families and career oriented people do not attend NFL games like they did in the past - unless they purchase very expensive seating. The NFL is on life support and I hope to see the plug pulled in the near future.
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Too bad he played for Florida but he's a good man.
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Tebow is all that is good about sports.
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This dude is always a class act, I hate that he played for Florida.
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He misses the after practice showers most
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Still inspiring others.
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Now all those idiots that threw a fit when he was given the opportunity can just shut up!
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Can we finally all agree that class matters??!!
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Romans 8:28 “God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose”
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I commend him for giving it his best. He isn’t a cut out for the NFL but this experience will not go to waste.
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He continues to be a class act. Haters gonna hate.
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Using his finger to read the Bible? Why isn’t his wife with the hyphenated name in the pic? Does anyone still believe that sham marriage was for real? I don’t but then again I’m the sharpest tool in the shed.
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Worst post I’ve seen all year. Take some deep breaths. Let the man live his life. You will never agree with anything he does, so just shut up about it.
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A first class response by Tebow to his dismissal from the team. He tried and gave 100% to the effort (and he wasn't afraid of failure). He also took a lot of flak from media members.
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Kinda wanted to see him suit up at least once more to be in the superdome next. But I get it. Best regards there Tim. God bless.
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Tebow is a first class dude. Not a pro football player though.
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Who knows what pro sport he is going to try next? Has he been texting Tiger and MJ?
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They got their jersey sales out of him. Time to cut bait.
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Honestly this probably had a lot to do with it :lol:
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Just in time for him to go back to his cushy job for SEC Network for football season.
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And that’s not a knock on Tebow. I say if you had the chance to play again pursue your dreams. He’s a lucky guy to be able to try 2 pro sports as well as have a great paying on air job. Hard to say much bad about him.
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It was a long shot for a 34 year old who had never played the position. Wish him the best of luck.
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I won’t lie, I hated him as a player at Florida when they played the Tigers, but that was bc he was beating them. Aside from that he seems like a good dude. He’s proof you can attend Florida and not be a criminal. Def someone for kids to look after bc he seemed to practice what he’d preach.
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I'll never forget the first time he did that jump pass against us. Hated him ever since lol
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I tried to hate him also - but then I met a couple at the motel we stayed before the big game in 2007 - they knew Tebow well - told us about his background, his charitable work, his devotion to God, his work ethic. I still cheered for us to beat him, but I could never again apply "hate" (even in the non-serious sports rival sense) to him. Respect the hell out of him, and have never had occasion to change that since.
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