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Sometimes, we all just need a little pick-me-up at the office. Just something to know people care. Well, Tim Tebow got exactly that on Tuesday, as an “anonymous fan” sent him a bouquet of balloons bearing the phrase “You’re special” on them, according to the New York Post’s Bart Hubbuch. After Tebow’s previous week, in which he was bashed by anonymous teammates, it’s a nice gesture to receive something positive from unnamed persons. Sometimes even Tim Tebow needs to be told he’s special, right? Well, perhaps the most bizarre thing is that it’s not the first time it’s happened to the quarterback, according to ESPN New York’s Jane McManus. Check out a picture of the arrangement in the tweet below. The “You’re Special” bouquet that Tebow received today, supposedly from an anonymous fan. (Teammate maybe?) twitter.com/HubbuchNYP/sta… — Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) November 20, 2012
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Tim Tebow received a “You’re Special” balloon bouquet from an anonymous fan today at the Jets’ training facility. Tebow said that it was a nice gesture and it wasn’t the first time he had received a gift from an anonymous fan. Perhaps now Tebow will feel better about his teammates talking behind his back, but I wouldn’t count on it.H/T: Deadspin
Tim Tebow has been unhappy as of late due to his ever-shrinking role in the Jets’ offense, showing disinterest both through the press and on the sidelines.
Leave it to one of his devout followers to turn the backup quarterback’s frown upside down.
On Tuesday, New York Post reporter Bart Hubbuch snapped a photo of a “You’re Special” balloon bouquet, which was sent to Tebow by an anonymous fan.
Hubbuch’s colleague, Jane McManus, noted that Tebow thought it was “nice,” and said these kinds of things “happen sometimes.”
Hey, they don’t call them ‘Tebow-maniacs’ for nothing.
At least someone out there has love for Tim Tebow. According to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post, the Jets quarterback received the set of balloons seen above on Tuesday. Hubbuch says the balloons came from an anonymous fan, though there was speculation that a teammate was the one responsible for them. I’m guessing this was a response to Tebow being called “terrible” by an...
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Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the New York Jets meets Christian, a member of the Tim Tebow Foundation, prior to the game against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri — Tebow needs to be on a team where we can all witness his miracles. For some reason, this Jets team doesn’t want to unleash his holiness.-TO
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Sometimes, we all just need a little pick-me-up at the office. Just something to know people care.
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow received exactly that on Tuesday.
An "anonymous fan" sent Tebow a bouquet of balloons bearing the phrase, "You're special," according to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post. Hubbuch posted on Twitter (with the photo...
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As we are only one day away from Thanksgiving, this story about New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is a rather-heartwarming one.
According to Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post, some random fan (or kissing-up teammate) sent Tebow the below bouquet of balloons back on Tuesday:
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