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Since Bill Belichick did us all a solid and mercifully cut Tim Tebow a few weeks ago, it seems as if #TebowTime is trying to make good on ‘remaining in relentless pursuit’ of his lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback.
Pictured here with USC pitcher and fellow left-hander Sean Silva, Tebow is making the rounds through the Trojans athletics program, posing for photographs with the women’s lacrosse team.
We’re not quite sure what Tebow is doing at USC aside from working out and enjoying the California sunshine, but if he’s looking to improve those atrocious mechanics of his, USC probably isn’t the best place to do so given its clearly stellar line of successful NFL quarterbacks (see: Todd Marinovich, Rob Johnson, Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart, Mark Sanchez, John David Booty, Matt Barkley, etc).
Maybe he’s here to tryout for the new Gene Simmons owned Los Angeles KISS Arena Football League? Go get ‘em, Tim.
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