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Tim Tebow is one of Jockey's spokesmen, but in a new ad, he's wearing pants instead of underwear. Some kind of weird advertising.
Brian Dawkins said Thursday the only way he would play one more NFL season is if he returns to the Broncos.
Tim Tebow is in the middle of a new campaign for Jockey where he recently appeared shirtless in a commercial and only in boxers on the website. That photo has mysteriously been pulled from the site and no one has a reason why. Jockey would say only this to the Huffington Post: “Some things are better when left to the imagination,” said Mo Moorman, public relations director for...
Over the last two years, many Jacksonville Jaguars fans have wondered what life would be like if their team had drafted Tim Tebow. Now they know they're not alone.
In a recent interview with Jacksonville radio station WOKV, new Jaguars owner Shahid Khan said he sometimes wonders the same thing.
Furthermore, Khan, who bought the team from former owner Wayne Weaver for a reported...
Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow and his faith has been discussed Ad nauseam for quite sometime. His latest endorsement is with Jockey and underwear line. In a bit of “inspired” marketing, Jockey is presenting Tim’s ad with the quarterback featured not in his jockeys but a pair of jeans. Am I missing something? Isn’t the [...]
Some people like to have the last word. Others, the first.
Tim Tebow will take both, thankyouverymuch.
The media magnet has already turned down many-a-network appearance offer in the 18 days since the Denver Broncos were eliminated from the playoffs (yes, it’s only been that long). He’d been offered to sit-in with the NFL on CBS Crew during Championship Weekend,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow will be rooting for a couple Patriots on Sunday during the Super Bowl. When asked if he'd be rooting for linebacker Brandon Spikes and tight end Aaron Hernandez, Tebow told NESN.com on Thursday, "Oh definitely, those guys for sure." Then, Tebow was whisked away by a team of security out a back channel at Radio Row of the...
A spokesman for Tim Tebow says he's canceling an appearance at a revival organized by a controversial Ohio preacher. The star Denver Broncos quarterback -- and outspoken Christian -- was scheduled to speak at a Columbus event in March led by televangelist Rod Parsley. Tebow's brother Robbie said Wednesday he's cancelling the talk.
Could you imagine Tim Tebow running our country? Believe it, because the Broncos' QB says a career in politics could be part of his future one his playing days are over.
Trying to do his best ''Tebowing,'' Alec Baldwin got a bit of help on stage.
The host of ''NFL Honors'' on NBC was kneeling down when Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow stepped up and showed Baldwin how it's really done.
''Bless you, Tim,'' Baldwin responded.
That capped a nearly 10-minute monologue Saturday night on the eve...