Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 10/20/14

From Larry Brown Sports:

Country singer Brad Paisley performed at the Pepsi Center in Denver Saturday night and was joined on stage by Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Tebow helped Paisley sing “I’m still a guy,” and received insane cheers. Tebow’s singing led to a joke from Paisley after the concert.

“Denver is such a cool city. And thanks for singing with me @TimTebow. But don’t quit your day job pal.”

Tebow zinged him back via Twitter, saying “Had a great time last night @BradPaisley! I won’t quit my day job and you keep shopping at Baby Gap haha!”

In the video below, you can really hear how crazy the crowd went for Tebow:

The relationship between the two has been ongoing. Tebow also joined Paisley on stage three years ago when he was still playing at Florida. The reaction in Denver was a wee bit stronger.

 

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12 Comments:
  • now ask if anyone cares maybe he should try signing because he no qb
  • Tim made football exciting this year!! Actually hate this brutal "sport" but I found myself carrying on like you wouldn't believe!! And I'm a 78 year old lady! Looking forward to next year.
  • clayschiefs if you are a Chiefs fan Jammal Charles is from my home town and I help him with his foundation. Even he realizes Tebow is a good guy and QB. I'm sure you add a lot to the world.
  • and you are no sports analyst. But hey we will send Brady Quinn so maybe orton and Quinn together can make a decent QB (TEBOW).
  • Unlike some of the comments posted - Two Class Acts Paisley & Tebow...Go Broncos!!!
  • I don't think Tebow would have had near the negative reaction from Bronco fans had he not been a left-over from the horrible Josh McDaniels experiment. I hope we can all start over next season and give the kid a chance. I'm not a big fan of his religious prosletyzing, but I can overlook it. In the larger scheme of things, it really doesn't matter. None of us are perfect. Ask my wife.
  • I do not know how good a qb Tim Tebow is but my thoughts are if he were a drug infested, woman abuser and animal abuser would everyones opinion about him be different, is it because he says he loves Jesus that makes everyone so angry, why? And as far as his kneeling before his play is that any "worse" than some who do their little dance and shake their behinds or rip their shirts off. Let him play his game and if he is good give him credit and if he is not a good player then let the owners get rid of him but don't hate him because he loves his Savior. Just my thoughts.
  • Liberals hate Tebow because he's pro-life and overtly religeous. They'll say he's over-hyped as a QB because they don't want to admit the truth.
    Liberals: For openness as long as it's their version of openess....
  • Couldn't have said it better myself. It's kind of sad really. It's all "freedom of speech" until someone utters a word about their faith and then it's "You shouldn't talk about that."

    You go Tebow. Love Brad!
  • "Liberals: For openness as long as it's their version of openess...."

    You can say the same thing about conservatives. "This must be illegal! Jesus wouldn't like it!"
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  • I consider myself a liberal and I was not a Tebow fan - I have Broncos season tickets. I turned myself around when I saw the energy he brought to the game. I feel it is his choice how he prays to the Lord just like it is our choice how we pray to our Lord
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